Aletter from the director of WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) certified that there was no irregularity in Sergio Ramos‘ anti-doping controls, in the proceedings of UEFA, in the process of sampling and their subsequent transfer.
In the aforementioned letter it shows that all the controls met the required standards.
Ramos‘ case suggested that there was confusion regarding the treatment provided.
The Real Madrid doctors informed UEFA at all times of the treatment that Ramos was receiving (dexamethasone), which complies with all the rules.
“UEFA strongly rejects the unfounded accusations that it has concealed positive doping results, and all cases of UEFA doping control are carried out in accordance with the Code of the World Anti-Doping Agency,” the letter said.
“All the cases required by the WADA Code have shown that UEFA have provided all the detailed information, expert reports and evidence during the handling of such cases.”
Both AMA and FIFA have the right to appeal any decision taken by UEFA on matters of doping control before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
However, neither AMA nor FIFA submitted any such appeal to CAS and AMAitself has officially confirmed that everything was adequately dealt with by UEFA and in accordance with the Code.