"Manchester City have been charged in relation to The FA’s Rules on Anti-Doping.
It is alleged the club failed to ensure that their ‘Club Whereabouts’ information was accurate, contrary to Regulation 14(d).
City have until 19 January 2017 to respond to the charge," FA writes in a short statement on its website.
The clubs are suppose to provide training dates and times, when training starts and ends, and the address where the training takes place. In addition, they must provide information on the player's home address or any other address where the player periodically is staying overnight.
This can thus be as banal as the club has moved a training, but forgot to inform the anti-doping authorities, but it could also be a deliberate act to avoid the doping-hunters in a particular period.
Therefore, the team could potentially be punished for the incident.
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