Official football merchandise store the national team of Finland disappeared t-shirts with the name of the CSKA midfielder Roman Eremenko.
As reported, the control and disciplinary Committee of UEFA has banned Roman Eremenko for two years because of the positive result of the doping of the sample delivered to the player after the Champions League match with Bayer Leverkusen. Tests revealed blood player the narcotic substance cocaine.
The use of cocaine by the player did not react to CSKA, but in the national team of Finland considered this behaviour is unacceptable. Today it became known that the official merchandise store of the national team of Finland has stopped selling t-shirts with the name of Eremenko.
The Finland FA shop no longer sell Roman Eremenko printed shirts following his cocaine ban – shame, its a perfect snow ❄themed gift pic.twitter.com/88jkXtm3eu
– Escape To Suomi (@EscapeToSuomi) 28 Nov 2016
Roman Eremenko from 2008 to 2011 years played for Dynamo Kiev, with whom in the season 2008/09выиграл the championship of Ukraine.
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