UK Athletics performance director Neil Black has admitted that he may think about his future in the wake of Alberto Salazar ban.
Salazar, that had been the previous coach of Sir Mo Farah, was prohibited by the United States Anti-Doping Agency a week for doping offenses.
USADA began an investigation into that point UK Athletics reviewed whether he must continue to coach Farah and at the American in 2015, but concluded there wasno reason to be concerned.
I will be reviewing all the advice, the plank are obviously reviewing all of the advice and also the very first person Ill talk to will be the seat, Chris Clark, said Black.
We shall go through it in detail and that is the point I personally will begin to think about my own comprehension of it, the implications and how I feel about it.
I will play back the decisions Ive made and, after I have had a opportunity to really look through this, I will have an opinion.
Salazar denied his Nike Oregon Project would allow doping, saying he wasshocked by the end and could appeal against the decision.
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