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Sreesanth expresses disappointment over lack of support from Dravid, Dhoni
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Sreesanth slams Dhoni, Dravid

Former Indian fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth has expressed disappointment at Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni for not standing by him during his tryst with the infamous spot-fixing scandal. Insisting that the erstwhile Rajasthan Royals skipper supported the ... MSN India, 1 week ago

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BCCI's anti-corruption unit denies Sreesanth's discrimination claims

Sreesanth was banned for life following allegations of spot-fixing during an IPL match in 2013.
 Zee News2 weeks ago BCCI anti-corruption unit quashes Sreesanth's discrimination claims  Business Standard2 weeks ago S Sreesanth launches another attack on 'private' BCCI, says open to 'play for any other country'  Zee News4 weeks ago
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Sreesanth should back his claims of BCCI bias, says Kapil

Former India captain Kapil Dev wants Shantakumaran Sreesanth, who was banned for life following allegations of spot-fixing, to cite enough examples to back his claims of facing a rough treatment from the Board of Control for Cricket in India.Sreesanth had been suspended for life on charges of match-fixing during the sixth edition of Indian Premier League in 2013 and has since been fighting his case in the court.The BCCI has stuck to its stand of not removing the life ban imposed on the Kerala ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago S Sreesanth should back his claims of BCCI bias, says Kapil Dev  Zee News1 week ago
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Banned Sreesanth to approach Supreme Court in last-ditch effort to rescue playing career

Tainted former India cricketer S Sreesanth on Friday said he would approach the Supreme Court in a last-ditch effort to lift the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI following allegations of spot-fixing during an IPL match in 2013. Courtesy: PTI Bengaluru: ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Banned Sreesanth to approach SC  Asia Net India2 weeks ago
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Sreesanth wants to play for another country, BCCI says not possible

After the Kerala high court refused to lift the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI, former India pacer S Sreesanth has hinted that he might play for another country.  He said since BCCI has banned him from playing in India, he has the freedom to play cricket for any other country.  "BCCI has imposed the ban, not ICC. If not India, I can play for any other country, because I am 34 now and I can only play for maximum six more years," Sreesanth was quoted as saying by media reports.
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Will play for another country if not India, says S Sreesanth after restored life ban  Daiji World4 weeks ago If not India, I can play for any other country: Sreesanth  Sify4 weeks ago Cricket Buzz: Sreesanth hints at playing for another country  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Why can't Sreesanth play for another country?

'None of us has the right to tell Sreesanth what to do with his career and it is childish to expect him to hold the torch of our bogus cricket patriotism,' says Aakar Patel. IMAGE: S Sreesanth bowls during the second Test against South Africa in Durban, December 29, 2010.His blinder of a delivery to Jacques Kallis was likely the turning point in the Test that India won by 87 runs -- it moved from just short of length and Kallis had no other option but to fend at it, only to glove it to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Sreesanth cannot represent another country, says BCCI  Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago S Sreesanth gets desperate, forgets cricket laws  DNA4 weeks ago Sreesanth can't play for any other country, ICC rules are clear: BCCI  Business Standard4 weeks ago
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BCCI hits back at Sreesanth

Sreesanth, whose life ban imposed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was restored by the Kerala High Court, has hinted he might spend the rest of his career playing for another country.
 MSN India4 weeks ago Worst decision ever: Sreesanth on Kerala High Court order  MSN India1 month ago Kerala HC division bench upholds BCCI appeal, Sreesanth life ban to stay  Business Standard1 month ago HC upholds BCCI appeal, Sreesanth life ban to stay  Prokerala1 month ago
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Sreesanth indulging in empty talk: BCCI

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary on Friday said former pacer S. Sreesanth is indulging in empty talk by saying he can play for any other country.Recently, Sreesanth had hinted that he might spend the rest of his ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago 'It's all empty talk': BCCI on Sreesanth's threat of playing for another country  DNA4 weeks ago

Why CSK players weren't questioned in IPL spot-fixing case, asks S Sreesanth

Sreesanth was banned for life following allegations of spot-fixing during an IPL match in 2013.
 Zee News2 weeks ago
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BCCI appeals HC order lifting lifetime ban on Sreesanth

The Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) on Monday filed an appeal against the Kerala High Court against lifting lifetime ban imposed on tainted pacer S. Sreesanth.
 MSN India1 month ago BCCI files appeal against Kerala HC’s decision of lifting life ban on S Sreesanth  Zee News1 month ago
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