Published: Sun, October 22, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

S Sreesanth ready to play for another country? Details inside!

S Sreesanth ready to play for another country? Details inside!

After Sreesanth approached the Kerala High Court in March this year with a petition seeking the lifting of the ban imposed by the BCCI, following a Delhi court exonerating him in the spot-fixing case, the court asked him to file a review petition before the BCCI. A miffed Sreesanth has been able to express his views on Twitter so far as the Kerala High Court and BCCI have fallen a deaf ear to the cricketer.

"BCCI has imposed the ban, not ICC". I am already 34 years old and I can play another six years maximum.

Having hit back at the BCCI after his life ban was restored, former India pacer S Sreesanth pacer revealed that he is considering relocating to another nation if his ban does not get lifted anytime soon.

Players like Shakti Gauchan (Nepal), Jeet Raval (New Zealand), Munis Ansari (Oman), Swapnil Patil (UAE) and Krishna Chandran (UAE) started their careers in the Indian domestic circuit but went on to represent other countries.

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Citing the technicality that the BCCI is a private body, Sreesanth had earlier today claimed that he would look at options outside of India to fulfil his aim.

The BCCI Disciplinary Committee headed by present Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had slapped a life ban on Sreesanth.

"He is living in fool's paradise and that's all I can say for now", said a former BCCI official who was there when Kerala cricketer was found cheating in 2013.

"Yes, representing Kerala in Ranji Trophy is different".

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He was banned for life following allegations of spot-fixing during an Indian Premier League match in 2013.

When asked about Sreesanth's statement that he will play for another country, Khanna told ANI, "The International Cricket Council (ICC) rules clearly say that any player banned by his parent body can not play for any other country". If BCCI or any other country has banned a particular player for wrongdoing then he or she is not allowed to step into the ground.

The BCCI acting secretary added that all this is just empty talk and that the board is aware of their legal position. But Sreesanth's dreams were struck again when BCCI's appeal against the verdict of the single bench was upheld by Kerala High Court's division bench on October 17.

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