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It could work, but we don't want to be the ones to test it.
If your answer is zero tolerance, then advocate to do it properly and fairly. Everyone should be tested regularly and if a positive test results, they should be publicly named, arrested, charged and have their future employment and travel opportunities restricted. Is this really the sort of the world you want to live in?
The AFL has released a statement regarding reports in the Herald Sun claiming up to 11 players from the Collingwood Magpies had tested positive for illicit drugs over the off-season. On Thursday night...