[Armin] Baumert said that the DFB carried out 800 drug tests last year, but that only 87 of them were random tests. He said that NADA and the DFB will raise the number of out-of-competition tests in the future.87 out of 800, that's less than 11%. If that's the case, then why test at all? If testing isn't done at random, without prior knowledge, then the cheats will skirt detection and continue to use banned substances. Why there's a laissez-faire view on this issue, I do not know.
German Anti-Doping Czar: Doping Still Prevalent in Soccer [Deutsche Welle]