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Essendon captain Jobe Watson admits to receiving banned substance MP3

The captain of Essendon Football Club and reigning Brownlow Medallist Jobe Watson has broken away from the club's official line on the banned substances scandal, saying he believes he did take the anti-obesity drug AOD9604. The World Anti Doping Agency has since clarified that the substance is banned. Watson claims that club doctors supplied the suppliment and has told Fox Footy that he doesn't believe he has done an... Source: abc.net.au

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