FIFA suspected players of team Russia at the 2014 world Cup doping

The football team of Russia, took part in the 2014 world Cup in Brazil, became the object of inquiry by FIFA for the use of their doping. On Saturday, June 24, the newspaper Daily Mail.

As noted, a total of FIFA suspects in the doping 34 Russian player. This includes and 23 players included in the squad for the 2014 world Cup.

The Daily Mail points out that this story “raises more questions about the suitability of Russia to host the world Cup in 2018”. It is also noted that for the first time in history under suspicion is a team besides the national team. The newspaper’s source said that FIFA has “extraordinary dossier of evidence and detail about the players”. Possible measures in the article is not specified, but the source of the newspaper confirmed that an investigation is underway.

The team Russia at the 2014 world Cup:

Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev, Yuri Lodygin, Sergey Ryzhikov;

Defenders: Vasily Berezutsky, Sergei Ignashevich, Georgy Shchennikov, Vladimir Granat, Alexei Kozlov, Andrey Yeshchenko, Dmitry Kombarov, Andrei Semenov;

Midfielders: Igor Denisov, Yuri Zhirkov, Igor Denisov, Alan Dzagoev, Roman Shirokov And Denis Glushakov, Viktor Fayzulin, Oleg Shatov, Aleksandr Samedov;

Forwards: Alexander Kokorin, Maxim Kanunnikov, Alexander Kerzhakov.

Led the team Fabio Capello. The Russian team championship took third place in group H, scoring in 3 matches 2 points.