MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 19: Sports scientist Stephen Dank walks out of the Melbourne Federal Court on September 19, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. Justice John Middleton was today scheduled to deliver his verdict on the case against ASADA by the Essendon Bombers FC. Essendon challenged the joint AFL-ASADA investigation into the alleged use of banned substances at the club. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Sports scientist Stephen Dank has declared he will launch an unfair dismissal case against the Gold Coast Suns despite working there on a “handshake agreement”.

As the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency said it would reopen its case into his alleged trafficking of a banned drug to former Sun Nathan Bock, Dank has told Fairfax Media he is set to take action against the expansion club where he said he spent four months from November 2010 until the start of the pre-season competition in 2011.

The Suns at the time had Travis Auld as chief executive, Guy McKenna as coach, Marcus Ashcroft as football department chief, doctor Barry Rigby and Dean Robinson, who would later reunite with Dank at Essendon, as high-performance chief.

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