It is not more than half a year ago, the Danish Ken Ilsø arrived to Australia and Adelaide United.
Since the 32-year-old striker attempted to break through and have so far played 19 matches and scored three goals.
The biggest headlines, the former south Jutland and FC Midtjylland striker has pulled, is this Friday, however, where he has been temporarily suspended by the club in order to be tested positive for cocaine in a doping control.
It is reported the club early Friday morning, Danish time.
For the club's executive director, Nathan Kosmina, of course it is a boring case.
He said in a press release, which the club has posted on its web site:
- Adelaide United support the FFA's (the australian football association, red.) and the australian anti-doping agency, ASADA's rules. the
- We have and will continue to cooperate proactively with both organizations and provide necessary support to Ken in efforts to ensure that the right steps are taken in this matter, says Nathan Kosmina. the
- Adelaide United acknowledges the importance of the case and want to assure our members, fans and shareholders that we will treat this with the utmost seriousness and sensitivity, he says.
Ken Ilsø submitted a positive sample containing the drug benzoylecgonine in January, but has only been suspended now.
The australian football federation has stated that the dane is excluded from participation in the country's superliga and all other sports under the WADA in the way - as long as the investigation is on.
at the time Of writing is awaiting the parties the answer on the B sample.
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