FA fines West Ham over anti-doping charge

West Ham blamed "administrative oversights" for an anti-doping charge, with the Premier League club accepting a £30,000 fine from the FA.

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The Football Association (FA) has announced West Ham have been fined £30,000 after admitting an anti-doping charge.

West Ham blamed "administrative oversights" for providing inaccurate 'Club Whereabouts' information to anti-doping testers.

The Premier League club admitted the charge and the FA confirmed a fine has been handed to West Ham as a result.

"West Ham United have been fined £30,000 after admitting a charge of failing to ensure that their Club Whereabouts information was accurate three times within 12 months, contrary to the FA’s Anti-Doping Regulations," an FA statement read.

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