SUSPENDED West Coast forward Willie Rioli will resume training with the Eagles in Perth on Friday.
Rioli was provisionally suspended after returning an adverse finding on a drug test conducted by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) on the eve of last year's finals series.
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It's also been alleged he tampered with a urine sample. He could be banned for up to four years.
The 24-year-old has been living with family in the Tiwi Islands since the suspension.
In a club statement, Rioli said he was happy to be back training with his teammates.
"It's good to be back at the club and to see my teammates and staff," Rioli said.
"The club has been really supportive over the past four months.
"I have been cooperating fully with the ongoing investigation and I will continue to do so. I cannot discuss any of the details. I am looking forward to getting back to some training."
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