CSKA Sofia players banned 3 months
SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Three CSKA Sofia players have been given minimum three-month bans after testing positive for banned stimulants.
The Bulgarian Olympic Committee disciplinary commission announced the decisions on Tuesday against Kostadin Stoyanov, Rumen Trifonov and Todor Yanchev.
The players tested positive for methylhexanamine after domestic league matches last season.
CSKA already has fired the team doctor, accusing him of prescribing the banned stimulant to the players.
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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