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MUNICH---AAF leaders must have been aware of
the full scale of doping in Russia but did nothing to
stop it, and the track and field organisation itself
was riddled by corruption, a report by a World Anti-
Doping Agency panel said yesterday.
"It is increasingly clear that far more IAAF staff
knew about the problems than has currently been
acknowledged, " said the report, written by former
WADA president Dick Pound and presented at a news
conference in Munich. "It is not credible that elected
officials were unaware of the situation affecting ...
athletics in Russia. If, therefore, the circle of knowledge
was so extensive why was nothing done? Quite obvi-
ously there was no appetite on the part of the IAAF
to challenge Russia. "
The report added: "The corruption was embedded
in the organisation. It cannot be ignored or dismissed
as attributable to the odd renegade acting on its own. "
Pound s commission found that former IAAF pres-
ident Lamine Diack "was responsible for organising
and enabling the conspiracy and corruption " that
took place. Diack "sanctioned and appears to have
had personal knowledge of the fraud and the extortion
of athletes, " the report said.
The WADA panel laid considerable blame at the
feet of the IAAF Council, the overseeing body that
included the current president of the IAAF, Sebastian
Coe. Pound s report said council members "could
not have been unaware of the level of nepotism that
operated within the IAAF, " and also "could not have
been unaware of the extent of doping. "
Coe was in the audience as Pound presented his
findings. He listened as Pound rattled off some grim
conclusions about the IAAF, including that it remains,
he said, an organisation in denial. But Pound backed
MADRID---FIFA banned Real Madrid and Atletico
Madrid yesterday from signing players in the next
two transfer windows for breaching rules relating
to registering players under the age of 18.
The Spanish clubs can still sign players in the current
transfer window but will be banned from making
additions to their squads until after the 2016-17 season.
The teams can reach agreements to buy players but
cannot register them to play until then. Both teams
released statements saying they will appeal FIFA s
sanction. "Our club does not agree with the sanc-
tioning ruling from the international football body
and is studying the documentation received to lodge
an appeal, " Atletico Madrid said briefly.
Real Madrid released a longer statement explaining
why FIFA s ban was not justifiable. It said it never
used foreign underage players without registering them
with the Spanish soccer federation, as claimed by
FIFA, nor signed them without complying with the
required procedures. The club added that it has always
informed the local federation about all the players on
its youth academy, another alleged breach of regulations
by the club, according to FIFA.
Last year, the club called reports of a possible ban
"false " and said it had "always scrupulously adhered
to the FIFA regulations. " It also mentioned "its
absolute commitment to the defence, protection and
the correct and healthy development of minors. "
Spanish media said that among the youngsters
involved in irregular signings by Real Madrid was the
son of former player and now coach Zinedine Zidane.
Madrid was not negotiating any new signings but
the ban could force president Florentino Perez to
scramble to bring in new players. Atletico Madrid, the
Spanish league leader, also was not working to add
any players to its squad in this window. Both clubs
may negotiate deals to bring back players that were
on loan to other clubs. The teams can also sell players
in IAAF says report
FIFA imposes ban on
Real Madrid, Atletico
Coe to stay at the helm of the IAAF, say-
ing he was the best man to lead the
organisation out of the crisis and restore
its credibility. "As far as the ability of
Lord Coe to remain as head of the IAAF,
I think it s a fabulous opportunity for the
IAAF to seize this opportunity and under
strong leadership to move forward, "
Pound said. "There s enormous amount
of reputational recovery that has to occur
here and I can t ... think of anyone better
than Lord Coe to lead that. "
The report also details a relationship
between Diack and Russian President
Vladimir Putin. With cases against nine
Russian athletes unresolved and the 2013
world championships looming, the report
says Diack explained to a lawyer that he
is in a "difficult position that could only
be resolved by President Putin of Russia
with whom he had struck up a friend-
Canadian Richard Pound, Chairman of WADA's
(World Anti-Doping Agency) Independent
Commission (IC), presents the findings of his
Commission's Report surrounding allegations of
doping in sport, during a press conference in
Munich, Germany, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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