Robert Snodgrass is waiting for the FA to provide written reasons for his £30,000 fine and one-match ban which many in the game consider very harsh.
Claret and Hugh understand that Snodgrass is extremely likely to appeal the ban and fine which was handed down from the FA and he continues to strenuously deny making abusive comments but was found guilty by an independent commission.
The 31-year-old was not selected for drugs testing on that day at Rush Green in February and at no time he did not refuse to be tested.
Claret and Hugh have been told by a training ground source that there was a verbal exchange with the tester which was designed to be humorous by the Scotsman and a bit of banter but it appears they took it the wrong way and filed a complaint.
The one match ban will remain suspended while Snodgrass has the option to appeal and will remain suspended when he starts his appeal.