“They Wanted To Put Me Through Public Lynching And Made Some Serious Comments”: David Warner Put Some Serious Allegation On Cricket Australia

Australian batter David Warner has given up his attempt to end his lifetime leadership ban and claimed that an independent panel wanted to put him through “public lynching.”

David Warner posted a social media post in which it is written that Cricket Australia is assisting the review panel. Also, they made some offensive comments during the process.

When Warner appealed to overturn the lifelong leadership for which Cricket Australia wanted to conduct a public review over his captaincy role, Warner explained the whole incident and also why he drew back his name from public Trial.

“Regrettably, I have no practical alternative at this point in time but to withdraw my application. I am not prepared to subject my family or teammates to further trauma and disruption by accepting a departure from how my application should be dealt with pursuant to the Code of Conduct,” wrote Warner.

Warner further stated that board members are treating his family like a washing machine, and his family is not cleansing. I have my family before cricket.

“They want to conduct a public spectacle to, in the Panel’s words, have a “cleansing.” I am not prepared for my family to be the washing machine for cricket’s dirty laundry. Some things are more important than cricket.” He further wrote.

David Warner’s written statement exceeds a page, but he has also explained how he has managed his family and personal life to overcome public trauma over four years.

“Since that Test and even though my ban from leadership roles may never be lifted, I have taken it upon myself to reform, to rehabilitate and to transform my approach to the game. I have served and been subject to a crushing, unprecedented, penalty that has horribly impacted me and my family for the past nearly five years.”

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