Will IOC Have Balls To Bar Football From Olympics If FIFA Cries Foul On WADA Plans?

Russia got to chink glasses with the IOC once more in Rio in 2016 - but the story is not over, nor the fallout [All images are stills from "Red Herrings" by ARD]

Global governors of football, a sport long wracked with corruption and not known for its strong anti-doping stance, have become the first to flex their muscles in a bid to keep the World Anti-Doping Agency at bay when to comes to plans for a new approach to tackling drugs and funding anti-doping in sport. FIFA bosses simply do not wish to relinquish control.

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Global governors of football, a sport long wracked with corruption and not known for its strong anti-doping stance, have become the first to flex their muscles in a bid to keep the World Anti-Doping Agency at bay when to comes to plans for a new approach to tackling drugs and funding anti-doping in sport. FIFA bosses simply do not wish to relinquish control.

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