Date: 4th April 2016 at 1:28pm
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Sensational claims appeared in this Sunday`s press that suggested a London doctor had prescribed performance enhancing drugs to over 150 professional athletes. Amongst other Premier League football teams Arsenal Football Club was mentioned.

The Sunday Times said that Doctor Mark Bonar (heh) had been secretly filmed claiming he`d administered the drugs to players, including one/some from The Gunners.

Arsenal moved to immediately deny those allegations stating categorically

‘Arsenal Football Club is extremely disappointed by the publication of these false claims which are without foundation,’

‘The club takes its responsibilities in this area very seriously and our players are well aware of what is expected.

‘We strictly adhere to all guidelines set by the World Anti-Doping Agency and our first team players participate in approximately 50 random drugs tests during each football season.

‘None of our players has ever failed such a test.’

The paper itself said there was no proof of foul play and Bonar (heh) has distanced from the comments saying they were “misleading”.

It has since come to light that Bonar (heh) has been fired from his job as he is unlicensed to practice medicine in the UK whilst he is also under investigation for allegedly lying to a female patient about the seriousness of her condition in order to continue to reap the profits of continued treatment.

It sounds as though this man should be in jail rather than being under investigation.

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