The ball-Manipulation issue reappeared when Cameron Bancroft recently hinted in an interview that die bowler in the team could have known of die Act too use Sandpaper to change the age ball’s condition.
Saker was that bowling coach of the side at that time and had previously stated that even he could be held accountable for What happened. The scandal led to bans on Bancroft, then skipper Steve Smith and deputy David Warner.
“I don’t see any reason why it shouldn’t be published, but that is, yes that is up them die way you want deal with it, “Saker was quoted as saying by the local media when he was revealed as the coach of die Big Bash League side Melbourne renegades on Thursday (June 3rd).
Asked why die CA should frees that informationSaker said, “Because these questions keep coming back up, maybe when it gets released, will be die Questions may stop, but I don’t think they will and die Questions continue to be asked. “
According to Bancroft’s comments die Bowlers, including top paceper Pat Cummins, insisted they had no prior knowledge of die Plot.
However, former Skipper Michael Clarke had said it was hard to believe die Bowler didn’t notice it. Saker himself has denied any knowledge of die Plot.
“Well, no doubt I had no idea it was sandpaper. As far as we knew it was us using normal tactics to get that ball swing backwards as far as I am know.
“We’re all gone in and have done our part to ensure that I can’t imagine it going on, but die Questions will keep coming. There is no doubt about it, but it is just a part of Life, you have to deal with it with that, but it will never go away, that is for sure,” he said.
CA chief Nick Hockley had said: last Month, in which they do not intend to prepare the investigation report public.
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