AFL boss admits he’s also in the dark over Sam Murray’s B sample
AFL boss Gillon McLachlan admits the league is also in the dark about Sam Murray’s drug ban.
The Collingwood defender has been provisionally suspended for more than a year now after he tested positive for cocaine after last year’s Round 19 game against Richmond.
There’s still no news about the result of his B sample and when he’ll have his case heard.
“I think there is a challenge in the lack of transparency in that, certainly for us,” McLachlan told Neil Mitchell.
“I asked questions in recent days about where it’s at – our integrity (department) doesn’t know.
“That’s the way the process works.
“It’s with the player and his people who are helping support him, whether it’s lawyers and otherwise, and ASADA.”
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