Adelaide United's Danish striker Ken Ilsø is Friday has been suspended after being tested positive for cocaine.
It informs Australia's Football federation (FFA).
the 32-year-old Indelicato submitted a positive sample containing the drug benzoylecgonine in January, but has only been suspended now.
Cocaine is on The world anti-doping agency (Wada) list of prohibited substances, and the case is therefore being investigated by the australian antidopingmyndigheder.
- While the investigation is currently ongoing, is Ken Ilsø Larsen excluded from participation in the A-League and all other sports under Wada, informs the FFA.
Ken Ilsø states that he 'is working closely with the PFA (the players union edit.)' and 'awaiting results from the B sample'.
- I can not comment further before the results have come, he says.
the 32-year-old Ken Ilsø have ended up in australian football after the stay in both chinese, malay, and singaporiansk football the past five years.
Before he broke through in Jutland, before he was sold to Fortuna Düsseldorf.
He has never been in a fight for the Danish A-national team - but has achieved a total of six matches for the three different U-national teams.
the Extra Leaf has been addressed to Ken Ilsø, but he has not yet responded to our request.
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