DBU has chosen to exclude three players from the U17-national team, because the trio chose to acquire nitrous oxide in connection with a training camp in Cyprus earlier this month. It writes BT.
It can not be documented that all three players have taken nitrous oxide, but they definitely acquired it, and it is contrary to the rules of DBU.
Therefore, the union has chosen to exclude the three ungdomslandsholdsspillere in the next two matches.
- We have been in close dialogue with the players ' clubs to deal with it here, and what it really is that happened. We have subsequently had the players and their parents to the interview, in which we have explained to them that it is something we see with quite serious eyes on, as we have zero tolerance for the consumption of alcohol, nitrous oxide and other drugs in our national team, explains Flemming Berg, talentudviklingschef in DBU, to BT.
Lattergaspatroner is not illegal in Denmark, but it is not legal to sell them for abuse or intoxication. In this case, the DBU is therefore estimated that there has been a breach of the rules.
Flemming Berg says to BT that it is the first time he has seen a case of the character in the DBU, but in future, there will be tightened up on the rules.
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