Danushka Gunathilika Suspended For Six ODIs


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Whatever does after work is personal time and has nothing to do with work at office unless a major crime. Whatever happens in bedroom has nothing to do with cricket. Why idiotic ICC radical religious code of conduct is blindly practice within SLC? If the player used his time for a match, it is total crime to steal his match-fee with bogus pretence. Absolutely, disgusting…

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He is getting away again. Looks like someone powerful in the SLC is protecting him. Considering his past he should have punished severely and what's more, he is under suspended sentence

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Interesting post by the Anonymous person. Can you please enlighten everyone where ICC is involved here or where they have become involved as you are accusing and suggesting?

The code of conduct he broke was SLC one not ICC. SLC is his employer are they not?
Don't employees have to adhere to employers code of conduct and requirements?
Did this incident not happen during a test series not in players holiday or down-town?

Where is any mention of religion?

Given the nonsense you have written i am not surprised you are scared to put your name to your post!

If anything Poster #2 is much more accurate. He received same penalty last time then 3 games taken away. And suspended sentence given. Normally if someone re-offends during a suspended sentence the next penalty is more harsher so person learns a lesson not another slap on the wrist.

The player needs to look at his attitude and behaviour and pull their head in. Talent, potential and performance is one thing. But ill-discipline should not be tolerated.

You can excuse someone once and say mistake and they will learn from it. But when it repeats itself you have to ask have they learnt anything, do they care and is the system a mess?

Today this is a professional sport and players paid as their employment. Whilst characters are ok there is no excuse for this poor behaviour.

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