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Stuttgart doctor: Other clubs players implicated in 1970s and 80s doping

A Stuttgart club doctor has claimed players from Bundesliga clubs including Bayern Munich saw sports physician Armin Klumper after what a study described as a period of systematic doping in German football in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

On Monday, theevaluation commission for sports medicine in Freiburgreleased a statementclaiming anabolic doping was common in cycling and football, implicating Stuttgart and, to a lesser degree, Freiburg.

Speaking to ARD TV at the weekend, Alois Hornung, a doctor for Stuttgartss reserve team and a member of the clubs medical staff since 1980, alleged that players at other clubs also saw the Klumper in Freiburg in order to return to fitness as soon as possible.

Id think you can assume that substances which were partly illegal were administered, he said.

It wasnt only Stuttgart players. You can surely add Bayern Munich, and 1860 [Munich], Nurnberg, Freiburg, and Karlsruhe. They all visited Klumper. When things did not get better, they all showed up at his place.

He injected what he wanted and did not care about regulations. He laughed at them, and everyone knows that.

The decision to release the statement ahead of a full report due later this year drew criticism from Rainer Koch , the German FA (DFB) vice-president, who told football magazine kicker: We will investigate and judge when we are confronted with facts and documents.

But its irresponsible and unacceptable when names of certain people are linked with doping in speculative fashion.

Former players including Ottmar Hitzfeld have been quick toreject the allegations, and ex-Stuttgart coach Hans-Jurgen Sundermann called them absurd.

Germany coach Joachim Low, who played for both Stuttgart and Freiburg in the late 1970s and early 1980s, said in anofficial German DFB statement, saying: Doping has no place in football. I absolutely reject it.

That was my stance as player, and it still is as the Germany coach today.