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Former WADA president John Fahey has criticised Essendon for prolonging the supplements scandal and called for a review of ASADA regulations.

Josh Thomas (L) and Lachlan Keeffe. (Getty)
Nathan Buckley agrees that Josh Thomas and Lachlan Keeffe should be sacked if found guilty of doping.

Nakia Cockatoo. (Getty)
Exciting teenage talents Nakia Cockatoo and Cory Gregson have been offered new contracts with Geelong.

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