Red Bull Salzburg duo Mohamed Camara and Sekou Koita FAILED drugs tests after being given altitude sickness pills on international duty with Mali ahead of Namibia clash… as Bundesliga club blast national team doctors for mix-up
- RB Salzburg stars Mohamed Camara and Sekou Koita have failed drugs tests
- The duo took altitude sickness medication on international duty with Mali
- Their positive tests showed ‘a key ingredient’ in the altitude sickness medication
- Salzburg wants the matter cleared but has questioned the international practice
Two players from Austrian champion RB Salzburg have failed doping tests after returning from international duty with Mali last month.
Midfielder Mohamed Camara and forward Sekou Koita reported being given medication for altitude sickness before an away game against Namibia on November 17 in qualifying for the African Cup of Nations, Salzburg said on Tuesday.
They tested positive five days later on November 22 in Austria in UEFA testing ahead of a Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich, the club added.