All the players of the Russian national team, who were part of the football squad at the World Cup 2014 in Brazil, are suspected of using doping, reports The Mail on Sunday.
According to the report, FIFA has already begun an investigation of this case.
It is assumed that the players could be involved in the doping campaign of the Russian government, which operated from 2011 to 2015.
In addition, it is noted that the investigation is being conducted against 11 more professional Russian players who did not participate in the 2014 World Cup.
Footballers were in the field of view of anti-doping services because of violations with samples of urine. It is also not excluded that the best players avoided doping tests, regardless of whether they violated the rules or not.
As reported, all 23 players of the Russian national team at the World Cup 2014 were included in the list of Canadian Professor Richard McClaren, who made WADA report on doping in Russian sport in March this year.
FIFA immediately demanded a doping test of all the players of the Russian team, who were in the application for the World Cup.