Liverpool considering legal action after Mamadou Sakho drugs test debacle


Reds could pursue damages following UEFA admission that defender should never have missed last season’s run-in
  • 19:21, 21 APR 2017

Liverpool are considering whether to take legal action in the wake of UEFA publishing their detailed findings over the Mamadou Sakho drugs row.

The Reds declined to comment publicly but the ECHO understands that Anfield officials are seeking advice and looking at their options.

The prospect of pursuing damages hasn’t been ruled out given the sizeable impact Sakho’s absence had in the closing stages of last season.

Having been told in April 2016 that he had failed a drugs test, Sakho served an initial 30-day ban which meant he missed the final eight matches of the 2015/16 campaign. That included sitting out the Europa League final against Sevilla in Basel where defeat wrecked Liverpool’s hopes of Champions League qualification.

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