Jermaine Hue banned for 9 Months by FIFA

National midfielder Jermaine Hue will serve his 9 months ban imposed on him by football’s world governing body FIFA for failing a drug test.

FIFA imposed the ban on Hue in September but Hue had subsequently appeal the decision on the grounds that based on the circumstances surrounding the case the penalty was too harsh.

Hue has now withdrawn his appeal and will serve the ban meaning he will be out of action until May next year.

Jermaine Hue tests positive for drugs and banned by FIFAHue tested positive for Dexamethasone on June 11 in Honduras when the Reggae Boyz lost 2-nil to the host in a world cup qualifying match,


Hue who did not play in the match was given the drug as medication by then team doctor Dr. Carlton Fraser who has been suspended for four years by FIFA for his part in the positive test.

Hue is ineligible for all domestic, international, friendly and official matches until May 6, 2014, while Dr. Fraser is banned until August 6, 2017.

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