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Rangers have been hit with a further blow in their ongoing fight to bring David White to Rangers Stadium.
The club have told Rangers TV on Tuesday that after White failed a drug test after his latest suspension was upheld earlier this spring, he is unlikely to face their first game in their new £450m home after the start of the 2014-15 campaign.
The news comes after White was arrested earlier this year on suspicion of a “serious anti-doping rule violation,” which the club said was a result of a routine police investigation launched after the player was spotted with a substance prohibited in sport at the time.
There was speculation from both club and fan perspectives, on both sides of the Atlantic, earlier this year that the 29-year-old would miss the remainder of 2014-15 after failing a steroid test, with the player’s management repeatedly stating that there would be no repercussions for their player for failing a drug test.
The Rangers official stance was that there could potentially be an opportunity for White to return to the side after the second suspension, but the decision to deny Rangers an opportunity to sign White comes to suggest that, despite Rangers’ own appeal to keep White at Ibrox, they cannot risk bringing him to their new home due to the negative impact of one suspension.
It is also not expected that White would be available until sometime later in the year, or possibly even 2014.
Rangers have since announced that the player will not face re-testing after failing a second suspension over the same incident.
As part of the initial ban for the substance, White was then handed an eight-match ban and fine for making inappropriate comments to an umpire and appearing to threaten to “kick the **** out of him.”
With no clear timeline to resolve the controversy surrounding the U.S. military’s planned use of drones to deliver precision air strikes from drone aircraft in Pakistan, the Obama administration is now putting the onus on Pakistan to stop it and it’s taking two months to do so.
Following Friday’s announcement that former President Barack Obama would take his place on Sept. 7 at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland for an official visit, the State Department, White House and Pentagon on Aug. 6 issued a statement saying the United States was not asking Pakistan to curtail its role as host
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