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FRANKFURT - Well-known Bundesliga coach Peter Neururer has claimed that up to half of German soccer players used stimulants in the past.
He told yesterday's edition of Sport-Bild magazine that he saw players using the stimulant captagon, an amphetamine-like medication, while he was in charge at Schalke in the 1989-90 season, when Schalke was in the second division.
"I know that captagon was taken before. Many players were crazy about it," he was quoted as saying. - Sapa-AFP