Fifa recently announced that Honduras’ 24-year-old midfielder Weston Quaye will be banned from participating in the national football team for violating the national football federation’s doping rules after being tested for doping drugs during a World Cup qualifier. League matches are punishable for 18 months.
Quaye currently plays for the Honduras Serie A team Real Isbona Sports, and currently represents the Honduras national team in 3 games, but he did not qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. He tested positive for banned substances after representing Honduras in the World Cup qualifiers in a 3-0 loss to the United States in February.
It is understood that the composition of the drug is the same as doping, so Quaye violated the anti-doping rules formulated by the National Football Federation. The National Football Federation also recently announced the implementation of a ban on him, which will end on August 2, 2023. That means Quaye will miss next year’s World Cup .
In addition, Honduras ranked bottom in the World Cup qualifiers against 8 teams in North America with 4 losses and 1 draw without a win, and lost the qualification for the World Cup.
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