• Leaked document alleges players from 12 countries given TUEs
• ‘More than 150 players were caught doping in 2015,’ say Fancy Bears

The cyber hackers group, Fancy Bears, have released a document alleging 25 players from 12 countries were allowed to use prohibited substances during the 2010 World Cup.

According to the leaked document, published on Tuesday, 25 footballers were given therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) during the tournament in South Africa, which was won by Spain.

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