Warner makes shocking admission during emotional apology

David Warner admits he may never play for Australia again ball tampering cricket

David Warner: “There’s a tiny ray of hope that I may one day be given the privilege of playing for my country again but I’m resigned to the fact that that may never happen again”

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During his emotional apology for his involvement in the ball tampering scandal, Australia opener David Warner admitted that he may never play for his country again.

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Tsotsobe banned for eight years

“I was, at the time, in a very vulnerable financial state and this dilemma too easily persuaded me to participate in spot fixing”

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Former South Africa left-arm seamer Lonwabo Tsotsobe has been handed an eight-year ban for his involvement in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 Challenge corruption scandal.

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Butt and Asif have to come clean about the spot-fixing scandal, says Shaharyar Khan

"they have to come clean with an open heart and convince us and show us their intentions"

“They have to come clean with an open heart and convince us and show us their intentions”

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In order to help them revive their international careers, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has announced that Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif have to come clean about their role in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal that shocked the cricketing world.

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ECB made to apologise to Pietersen

"Paul Downton and the ECB both apologise to Kevin Pietersen for those comments made that were in breach of the settlement agreement"

“Paul Downton and the ECB both apologise to Kevin Pietersen for those comments made that were in breach of the settlement agreement”

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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) were forced to apologise to former batsman Kevin Pietersen following managing director Paul Downton’s comments on the BBC’s Test Match Special programme.

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Carberry article referred to Press Complaints Commission

The article suggested that Carberry had been a victim of racial discrimination

The article suggested that Carberry had been a victim of racial discrimination

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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have referred The Guardian’s article, in which they interviewed batsman Michael Carberry, to the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) after they were unhappy with the tone and some of the content within the article.

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