UEFA has criminialized Phil Jones for dual matches and fined Daley Blind after a Manchester United twin were found guilty of breaching a ruling body’s doping regulations.
Jones was found to have used “insulting and directing violent language” towards a doping control officer when he was requested to attend a drug contrast after a Europa League final in May.
He will now be forced to skip a UEFA Super Cup compare opposite Real Madrid subsequent week and United’s initial Champions League organisation theatre compare in September.
Jones was also fined €5,000.
There is no idea that possibly actor was guilty of doping. They were pronounced to be indignant since they wanted to applaud a Europa League win with their team-mates.
United were also fined €10,000 over a actions of their players.
In a statement, UEFA said: “The bar [United] has been charged for infringements of a UEFA anti-doping regulations [ADR] concerning a doping control procedure.
“In particular, according to Appendix B (17) of a aforementioned regulations, ‘the teams are obliged for ensuring that a players drawn to bear doping controls are taken by a particular group member to a doping control hire true from a representation as shortly as a compare is over. This relates even when chaperones are allocated by UEFA’.
“The actor Philip Jones has been charged for scornful and directing violent denunciation towards a doping control officer (Article 15 (1) of a UEFA disciplinary regulations), as good as for miss of co-operation and honour towards a doping control procession (Article 6.05 ADR).
“The actor Daley Blind has been charged for defilement and non-compliance with Article 6.05 (a) of a UEFA anti-doping regulations, that states that ‘every actor designated to bear as doping control is privately obliged for stating immediately to a doping control hire as notified’.”