Hearing on Guru, Hathuru fixed for July 10

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While announcing his decision on the appeal by Dinesh Chandimal on the latter’s one-Test suspension for ball-tampering, ICC’s Judicial Commissioner Michael Beloff QC also held a preliminary hearing on Friday ‘to establish the procedural schedule’on the Level-3 charges

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ICC acts like hard-line religious organization and treats int’l players just the way slaves got treated in recent history. Isn’t it a barbarian act to rob players’ match fee for a debatable suspicion? These players play cricket not as a hobby. It is their profession and career. Match fees are their annual income for being a cricket player for all 365 days. Each player is a breadwinner for an extended family and play cricket to feed their kids, parents, grandparents, siblings, relatives, and to help their community. This is why, it is barbarous to rob their hard earn money with unproved, superficial allegation. SLC should make its own thorough investigation about allegations against Dinesh, and if not convicted, please pay his stolen 100% match fee from SLC budget as SLC failed to defend mugging by corrupted ICC. Those ICC’s Judicial Commissioner hearings are sham and another comedy act to cover up their incompetent staff. Kudos to SL coach and manager for acting like mama bear to fight against unjust did to SL by corrupted ICC officials. SLC should praise them for their heroic act and encourage everyone to stand strong to defend SL like proud SL soldiers.

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I think we should get a better legal team for this hearing. I know that we have done wrong in protesting. But we have sufficient grounds to challenge the ICC... I say we threaten to challenge ICC in courts.

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