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WADA fears Russia football doping 'cover-up' over 155 test samples

Russia's national team could be so much better if their league was stronger.
Russia's 2014 World Cup squad is under investigation by FIFA, according to a report

World-Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) investigator Richard McLaren has told German TV network ARD that 155 samples related to Russian footballers have been reported to FIFA, saying he believed those samples were part of a doping cover-up.

McLaren said he believed this could be part of a cover-up separate to that revealed in the report that led to the banning of Russian athletes from the Olympic Games in Brazil.

"There are 155 samples that were seized by WADA and are awaiting analysis. We have reported...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Russia's Deputy PM Vitaly Mutko hits out at UK press after doping claims

Russia's deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko says hooliganism will not happen at next year's World Cup like it did in Marseille.
Russia's deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko defends the attendance at the Confederations Cup.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko has told the TASS news agency that the country's national football team has never had any issues with doping and accused the English media of writing "nonsense."

The Mail on Sunday reported at the weekend that "FIFA have admitted they are investigating whether Russia's entire 23-man 2014 World Cup squad were part of the country's state-supported doping programme and cover-ups."

The English newspaper said the 23 players on the Russia team that lost in the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA confirms doping investigation into Russian players

Russia's national team could be so much better if their league was stronger.
Russia's 2014 World Cup squad is under investigation by FIFA, according to a report

Russia's entire 2014 World Cup squad is being examined by FIFA after allegations of suspected doping, according to a report by the Mail on Sunday, with world football's governing body confirming an investigation is ongoing.

The 23 players on the Russia team that lost in the group stages in Brazil three years ago are among at least 34 Russian footballers in the list of over 1,000 athletes listed as "people of interest" in reports commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)...

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Stanislav Cherchesov plans to stay on as Russia coach after Confed Cup loss

Russia failed to advance past the group stage at the Conferations Cup.

Russia coach Stanislav Cherchesov said he would not resign after the Confederations Cup hosts were eliminated in the group stage, saying he belives his side gained valuable experience.

Mexico rallied for a 2-1 victory over the tournament hosts in Kazan on Saturday to go through to the semifinals alongside group winners Portugal.

But Cherchesov remained "optimistic" with the World Cup less than a year away and praised his young squad.

"I'd like to congratulate my players because they did...