Sabri Ali Mohamed, a Djibouti international, has been barred from football for four years after being found guilty of doping charges.
After Djibouti’s 4-0 loss to Algeria on November 12, 2021, the world football’s governing body reported that Sabri Ali tested positive for “exogenously administered testosterone.” The substance is prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Code.
In an effort to mitigate his actions, the player claimed he started using steroid injections to build up his body and claimed he was unaware of doping regulations.
The striker had broken article 6 of Fifa’s anti-doping rules, as well as article 17 of the disciplinary code, according to a Fifa disciplinary committee.
The suspension imposed on Sabri Ali is in effect until January 11, 2026, and it covers all national and international competitions as well as friendly games.