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Adelaide United player provisionally banned for doping

SBS Friday, 22 March 2019
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Adelaide United player Ken Ilso has been provisionally suspended from the A-League after failing a doping test, Football Federation Australia said on Friday.
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