Subsequent to testing positive for a soviet space explorer energizer, a Ukrainian striker has been undermined with a one-year boycott. Artem Besedin won’t play football until December of this current year, in any case, in spite of bombing a substance test.
DYNAMO KIEV’s UKRAINE forward Artem Besedin was suspended for a year on Tuesday after he bombed a medication test at a Europa League coordinate, Uefa said.
The 24-year-old had hints of the prohibited energizer Fonturacetam in his body, which was initially evolved in 1983 to help space explorers from the previous Soviet Union fight fatigue in space.
Besedin has been checked in the Europa League bunch stage after Dynamo’s thrashing to Malmo on 28 November.
The Uefa suspension goes on until December 19, with the player selecting to not offer the fine.
Besedin, who joined Dynamo in 2015, has his name on 13 global tops.