A lawyer for James Segeyaro says the fight to clear his name has just begun following a suspended meeting of the NLR star with ASADA officials.
The NLR confirmed in early October the PNG international's extramarital agreement returned a positive A-copy for Ligandrol while playing for Brisbane.
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ACDC sports top featuring cover art for their 1997 album "Bonfire," relaxed Segejaro and sports lawyer Tim Fuller spent nearly three hours at a preliminary meeting with ASADA in Brisbane on Thursday.
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The passenger told reporters he was "happy with how he was going" and "not too sure" what the next step was when he left the meeting.
Guler told News Corp on Sunday that it was a case of inadvertent and unintentional doping and that there were mitigating circumstances that would underpin Segejaro's defense.
"He was a very helpful and helpful ASADA," Fuller told reporters.
He said the date for the hearing had not been set.
“It was a good interview process; there is a fair way to go in this legislative process, but we will take the next step and see how we go, "Fuller said.
Segejaro, 28, faces up to four years in suspension for testing positive for the same substance as Australian swimmer China Jack.