The international sports tribunal CAS has ruled on appeal in the case of André Onana against UEFA.
Earlier, the goalkeeper was suspended for 12 months by the disciplinary body of the European Football Association for the determination of a doping violation.
The CAS has now ruled on appeal that the suspension will be shortened to nine months.
The suspension will end on November 4, 2021 and until then will affect all of the Cameroonian’s football activities, both nationally and internationally.
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The closing post may resume its training activities two months before the end of the suspension, on September 4, 2021.
Onana still has a contract with Ajax that runs until June 30, 2022.