Has a lot of medicine been pumped out to the Freiburg specialists?
Bad allegations from Garra Dembélé (35) are in the room. The Frenchman played at the sports club between 2011 and 2014 and was loaned to Wuhan (China) for eleven months in 2013.
In a documentary series produced by L’Equipe, Dembele describes how he was regularly given medication during his time near Freiburg. After each exercise, Dembele had to take about ten tablets from a can.
Dembele says these pills were “huge”. He himself had no idea what he was taking there. The French: “Whoever does not take the pills will be fined.”
According to BILD’s information, these claims are incorrect.
In the evening, the sports club also officially commented: “After consulting the medical staff at that time, we can clarify that vitamin C and zinc tablets were given prophylactically and during the stages of colds to individual players. For health reasons, they were distributed in standard sliding boxes. There were candidates who forgot He took it regularly. In these cases, the team chest was used.”
Freiburg continues in the statement: “We do not want to comment on any further comments from Garra Dembélé and his possible motives, as well as to protect the former player, the conditions of cooperation at the time and the early termination of the contract. The player’s statements are completely unfounded provided they are placed in the broad media context.”
Dembele went on to claim that he had similar experiences with Lokomotiv Plovdiv and Levski Sofia in Bulgaria.
Dembele: “I was already drugged when I arrived in Germany. I had hormones and what do I know otherwise.”
Dembele moved from Levski Sofia to Bresgau in 2011. Appears for the sports club 20 times (1 goal, 2 assists). The striker ended his career with FC Solothurn in Switzerland.
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