Grab your free ticket folks for this one-off special Channel 4 investigation show and get set to watch millionaire footballers be named and shamed for their illegal drug use.
The Truth About Drugs in Football will be exposing the mysterious top Premier League player who tested positive for class A drug cocaine after signing a staggering multi-million pound transfer deal without his new club who didn’t know anything about their star players expensive or illegal habit.
Lead by investigator Anthony Barnett, Dispatches delves into the murky lives of dozens of respected sporting names in the world of English Professional Football failing drug tests that have never been made public by the Football Association (FA).
Manchester United sporting ace Rio Ferdinand who missed a drugs test in 2003 is not believed to be featured in the scandalous name and shame chow and the big wigs of the FA are just going to have to sit back and watch the truth unfold About Drugs in Football before responding to the national expose shows accusations.
Also included in the TV documentary is a former member of Chelsea’s staff who openly critiscises the use of intravenous iron infusions and provides evidence of former Chelsea and Manchester United doctors in attendance at a clinic which uses Actovegin, a treatment made from calf’s blood which is not licensed in North America but allowed to be used in Europe and is not on the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Just who is the Premier League Football star who tested positive for cocaine and is about to have his dirty washing done in public?
Tune in to Channel 4 at 8pm to find out.