‘Family is a priority over cricket’
David Warner has withdrawn his application for the revocation of the lifetime ban on captaincy that was placed on him. The cause behind the ban is the ball-tampering incident throughout a match against South Africa in 2018 at Newlands, Cape Town.
In his explosive statement on Instagram on Wednesday, star Australia batter David Warner proclaimed that he has withdrawn his application for the revocation of the lifetime ban on captaincy that was placed on him when the ball-tampering incident throughout a match against South Africa in 2018 at Newlands, Cape Town. When a review panel turned down his request, Warner’s Instagram post that he was retreating his application for modification to the “lifetime ban from leadership positions in cricket” as he’s not ready for his “family to be the washing Machine for cricket’s dirty laundry.”
He goes further to say: “It seems that the Panel has given no overpassing thought to problems with player welfare and therefore the interests of Australian cricket and is instead determined to conduct a public execution.”
The 35-year-old is nearly 100 T20 Internationals and 100 Test appearances have usually been looked upon as Team leader material when he created a no-hit comeback to cricket following that incident. Currently, Warner has released an announcement wherever he explains that his image has suffered from the ban which his family is additionally suffering.
Then he further adds: “Over the span of nearly 5 years since the incidents that happened through the third check-in port, also with all the embarrassment and attacks that they need had to endure. I have enjoyed the unwavering support and love of my family wife Candice and 3 daughters, Ivy Mae, Indi Rae, and Isla Rose. They are my world. Since that check, and even though my ban from leadership roles could never be upraised. I have taken it upon myself to reform in actual, rehabilitate and rework my approach to the sport.“
“I have served and been subject to a crushing, unexampled, penalty that has awfully compacted Maine and my family for the past nearly 5 years while not the prospect of any relief yet. On twenty-one, Nov 2022, the Cricket Australia Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel (the Code of Conduct) was amended to allow players to use for a modification to semipermanent Sanctions.”
Check out the glimpse of the main part of Warner’s statement in the same regard as given below:
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