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Samri Nasri Banned From Football After THAT Famous Incident

Samri Nasri Banned From Football After THAT Famous Incident

Samri Nasri has been banned from football by Uefa for the intravenous drip treatment he received from a Los Angeles Clinic.

On a holiday in December 2016, the French midfielder received 500 millilitres of sterile water that contained micronutrients. After concluding an investigation, Nasi received a six-month ban for the offence.

Nasri received treatment from a private medical company, Drip Doctors, in his hotel room. At the time it attracted significant controversy when their account tweeted a photo of Nasri, which saw his personal account tweet several explicit tweets which were later deleted. It was alleged the tweets were actually sent by his ex-girlfriend. The former Arsenal and Man City player claimed his account was hacked at the time.

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Nasri is currently without a club, having left Turkish side Antalyaspor in January. As reported by the Telegraph, his lawyer confirmed the ban but disputed initial reports that he was handed a year ban.

Nasri is now 30-years-old and enjoyed a successful early career with Marseille, Arsenal and Man City. However, he fell out of favour in Manchester and moved to Spain for a loan spell with Sevilla. Reports had suggested he was in line for a return to the La Liga but that now looks unlikely.

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Maurice Brosnan

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