We've heard it all before, but I thought this was one of the most explicit and damning statements on the culture of doping. It's a line taken straight from the documentary just out on Netflix, Icarus. It's not the most coherent documentary but for anyone interested in the subject, it has a remarkable story to tell. As a bit of background, here's a quick wiki bio on Don Catlin: To bring it back onto football, the argument is that if there was any issues with football it would inevitably have come out by now...the reality is it has, from two very credible sources in this documentary alone. Don Catlin is very clear that this happens across the board, and we're hearing directly from the Russian whistleblower that he has e-mails from the Russian minister of sport that explicitly mentions positive tests from footballers being swapped out for clean samples. We also have stories going back to the Mighty Magyars in in the 50s, La Grande Inter in the 60s...but in the modern game it is very quiet, and none of these stories were really major scandals at the time or in hindsight. It's easy to say this is just one man, and this is just the Russians. The test of his credibility is the fact that people the lead scientists at WADA, the IOC, the IAAF are all sitting in this meeting, gobsmacked at the evidence presented and embarassed to be associated with it, and they use it as a primary source in the sanctions placed upon these athletes. My take on things is the evidence is pretty conclusive, but opinions among football fans are still fairly split. Soooo my question is: Do you believe doping is widespread in football, as in all other major sports? (poll added) If so, how is it that no major scandal has broke in a sport that touches billions of people around the world? If so, why don't we care more as fans?