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Supplements saga left Bombers players “scarred for life”: Brendon Goddard


The infamous supplements saga that rocked Essendon has “destroyed” players and left them “scarred for life”, according to former captain Brendon Goddard.

34 Bombers players – past and present – were suspended for 12 months in 2016 after it was found the banned peptide Thymosin Beta-4 was administered to players through the club’s supplements program in 2012.

Goddard, who joined Essendon from St Kilda at the end of 2012, still can’t believe the protracted nature of the inquiry that ultimately found the players guilty of doping offences.

“It’s staggering when you go back and think about what happened at the time and how long it dragged out,” he told SEN’s This Is Your Sporting Life thanks to Tobin…



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