Fremantle has removed news articles about its players off-season antics after being fined by ASADA. The Fremantle Dockers website has removed news articles about its players’ off-season antics after it was fined $5000 for failing to keep ASADA informed about its players whereabouts.
Under the league’s anti-doping code, AFL clubs are required to keep ASADA informed about the whereabouts of its players at all times, including during the off-season, to allow for random drug testing.
Fremantle and Collingwood were sanctioned on Friday for failing to notify ASADA about the movements of two and three of their players respectively.
Collingwood was fined $7500.
All five players for the two teams failed to keep their clubs informed of their movements but will not be individually penalised under the code.
Dockers players are currently enjoying the off-season break with some taking the opportunity to travel overseas. Follow WAtoday on Twitter
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