Kaneria given life ban from English cricket

Danish Kaneria banned for his involvement in the Mervyn Westfield spot-fixing case


Afp June 22, 2012

LONDON: Former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria was given a life ban from English cricket on Friday for his involvement in the Mervyn Westfield spot-fixing case, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said.

Westfield was given a five-year ban, although he will be able to play club cricket in the final two years of his suspension.

In a statement an ECB disciplinary panel said: "We regard Danish Kaneria as a grave danger to the game of cricket and we must take every appropriate step to protect our game from his corrupt activities.

"Accordingly, we are unanimously of the view that the only appropriate sanction in relation to both charges is one of suspension for life and that is the sanction we impose.

"This means from today Danish Kaneria is suspended from any involvement in the playing, organisation or administration of any cricket under the jurisdiction of the ECB."

COMMENTS (13)

zaheer | 9 years ago | Reply very good... treat them alll ... treat them good disgrace to our nation / the game and their community....
Aka | 9 years ago | Reply

Oh god how many match fixers r playing fo pakistan?

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