Update: CSKA will not face Champions League ban

As per UEFA last night, any punishment will be confined to Sergei Ignashevich and Alexei Berezutsky using pseudo-ephedrine.
The team itself will not be banned as the players used a substance not in WADA’s prohibited list.
That was quick. It should settle down CSKA Moscow for the next phase but they would like to have these two key players back. There are extenuating circumstances for both not to receive any further punishment.

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