UK Athletics performance director Neil Black has admitted he will consider his future in the aftermath of the four-year ban of Alberto Salazar.
For doping offenses, salazar, who had been Sir Mo Farahs previous trainer, was banned by the United States Anti-Doping Agency week.
USADA began a study to the American at 2015 and at that point UK Athletics also reviewed if he ought to continue to trainer Farah, however, concluded there wasno reason to worry.
Ill be reviewing all of the information, the board are clearly reviewing all of the information and also the first man Ill speak to are the seat, Chris Clark, said Black.
We will go through it in detail and that is the point I will begin to think about my comprehension of it, the consequences and how I feel about doing it.
I will play back the decisions Ive made and also, once I have had a chance to really look through that, I will have an opinion.
Salazar refused his Nike Oregon Project would allow doping, saying he had beenshocked by the result and could appeal against the decision.
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