Bournemouth charged over anti-doping

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Bournemouth are charged by the Football Association in relation to anti-doping rules.

Bournemouth have been charged by the Football Association for an alleged breach of anti-doping rules.

The Premier League outfit have been charged with a break of regulation 14(d), which relates to 'club whereabouts' information.

In a short statement on its website, the FA confirmed the charge and said that the club will have until next Thursday, February 23 to respond.

The news comes one day after Manchester City were fined £35,000 after admitting to breaching the same rule on three separate occasions in a 12-month spell.

The Cherries are currently 14th in the Premier League table, six points above the relegation zone.

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