Doping in Soccer/Football

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The picture proves nothing - The two pics are taken from different angles, while in the first pic his biceps are covered then the second pic he is wearing a sleeveless jersey - His legs are more clearly visible in both pics and there is liitle difference in his legs - Nothing that could be considered earth shattering.
 
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The picture proves nothing - The two pics are taken from different angles, while in the first pic his biceps are covered then the second pic he is wearing a sleeveless jersey - His legs are more clearly visible in both pics and there is liitle difference in his legs - Nothing that could be considered earth shattering.
Who said anything about proof?

But as far as suspicion goes...wether his arms are covered or not its obvious that he's packed lots of lean muscle onto his arms and shoulders. The operative word here being lean. Ask anyone in the bodybuilding world, people who train specifically for physique enhancement, and they'll tell you how hard that is to do naturally. Get big or get lean. Pick one.

Lean muscle gains like that in a short space of time are almost always the result of an altered hormonal/anabolic states within the body.

This dude is built like and has the explosive pace and power of a 100m sprinter and routinely covers 10-15k in 90 minutes twice a week through a series of short high intensity sprints.

But eh, he's a highly paid footballer playing for one of the richest sports teams in the world, of course nobody GAF if he's doping or not,
 

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