The Court of Arbitration for Sport finished two days of hearings Thursday on a case brought by Kawasaki Frontale striker Kazuki Ganaha, who was handed a six-match ban by the J. League a year ago for a doping offense.
Neither the Swiss-based sports arbitration body nor the people involved disclosed anything about the hearings held in Tokyo, but Ganaha indicated his deepened confidence that the punishment imposed on him would be lifted.
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