The new Monza midfielder tested positive after a test was carried out in La Liga, shortly before playing the World Cup in Qatar and then winning it with Argentina.
Papo Gomez tested positive for doping. After Pogba, the Italian League finds itself facing another similar situation. What he narrated Relivo, in Spain, finds confirmation: the Argentine, who returned to the Italian League after three years to wear the Monza shirt, will be excluded for two seasons. the reason? An anti-doping test he took during his time at Sevilla, shortly before playing and winning the World Cup with Argentina. Gomez (35 years old) played two matches with the Monza Palladino team. But at least for two seasons it will be the last.
According to what the footballer said to justify what UEFA stated, a few days before the examination he took a drink from one of his children after spending a night in bed. Obviously, this was without consulting the company. Furthermore, Gomez, who was released from Sevilla after winning the Europa League, would have liked to wait until January before accepting an offer from the club, but in the end he chose Monza. The company was aware that there was an ongoing action and that nothing had been notified in Italy yet. Now it remains to be seen whether the Argentine will appeal the ruling or not.
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