Czech football player David Bystroň, who previously played defence for FC Viktoria Pilsen and Baník Ostrava, has commited suicide. The 34-year-old footballer has hanged himself in his house. It is the second Czech football player to kill himself in recent weeks. His former teammate from FC Viktoria Pilsen, František Rajtorál, committed suicide in April. In 2012, Bystroň tested positive for doping in 2012 and was banned from playing for two years. He ended his professional career two years later.
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