Reports have emerged claiming than an ex-Millwall and Everton player tests positive for cocaine while playing out in Romania.
That man is former Premier League forward Magaye Gueye while playing for FC Dinamo according to local outlet Fanatik, who noted that Gueye had failed a post-match doping test.
A separate Fanatik article claims that, just like former FC Dinamo Adrian Mutu, who had a short stint at Chelsea, Gueye had tested positive for the banned substance of cocaine.
Gueye started his career at Strasbourg before earning himself a move to Everton, with the Frenchman finding himself just the one Premier League goal, during a 4-0 thumping of Sunderland a Goodison Park back in April 2012.
Should more come to light about the allegations by Fanatik, it could very well spell the end of Magaye Gueye’s career within football, same goes for all involved in legitimate doping in professional sports, having nothing but himself to blame for his antics.
Before the ex-Millwall and Everton player tests positive for cocaine, a few months back so him being urged to be deported from his country after slamming his own club in a boozy rant with girls.
Magaye Gueye at the time was playing his football for Liga I club Dinamo Bucuresti who are based in the top division of Romania.
He first joined Premier League outfit Everton in 2010 from Strasbourg for a £1milllion fee, however he failed to live up to expectations and endured a loan spell with French outfit Brest, before that also went rather woeful and then left in 2014, before being picked up by Millwall.
You could say he had a spell time with them, scoring 5 goals in 32 games between 2014 and 2015, however he still couldn’t impress and he was then offloaded.
Then ended his time in England as he then joined Adanaspor who play in Turkey the same year, finding the net 26 times in 86 matches in a three year spell with them.
He had a year long spell with Osmanlispor, another team based in Turkey, scoring another 9 times in 25 games played for the 2019/20 season.
Then followed that up with another year’s stay, this time with Azerbaijan side Qarabag, making 18 appearances and 5 goals in total.
The 30 year old forward then moved to Dinamo Bucuresti and so far has scored twice in the nine games that he’s played for his side for the 2020/21 season so far. However after his latest antics, a club legend now wants him out.
He joined the Romanian club in 2020 from Qarabag on a two year deal, but now he faces an uncertain future with Florentin Petre, who scored 43 goals in 259 matches for Dinamo between 1994 and 2006 wants him out.
Petre also made 54 appearances for Romania and has three league titles as well as five other trophies to his name.
Footage appeared of Gueye, who played 39 times in four campaigns for the Toffees before leaving for Millwall in 2014.
The French born player can be seen letting rip at his club bosses before then describing the two women next to him as ‘whores’, before hugging and kissing them in the hot tub.
The women themselves are getting raunchy with each other, all for his eyes to see.
The clip captures the eyes of Petre, a former assistant of Dinamo, and fumes: “What Gueye says is shocking. You can do what you want when you are free.
“The problem is when you offend and mock Dinamo’s history. He must be fined and sent back where he came from.
“He must be kicked out of the country! He has mocked all the supporters who have invested money in Dinamo.
“He ate and drank the fans’ money. He was under the influence of alcohol.
“I’ve known this boy since he came over. He was more like a rugby player than a footballer.
“They just come over to make a name for themselves at Dinamo, to recover and to earn some money.”
It will be interesting to see whether the legend’s former club will follow up with a punishment of any kind for Gueye, who also had an international career.
He was part of the France set up, going up the ranks from the under 16s team to the under 21s, and in that time, played 25 times and scored 10 times.
Gueye switched allegiance in June 2012, linking up with Senegal after being eligible to do so. He made 3 appearances for the under 23s team and was called up for the Senegal Olympics football team.
It is claimed that he is a talented sprinter, however he instead opted not to go down the career path in favour of one in football. He has a personal best time of 10.13s for 100m. Maybe he should have stuck with running rather than getting balls into goals.