Former Sri Lankan fast bowler and coach Nuwan has been banned for six years for attempting to fix the match. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the ban on left-arm fast bowler Joesa will come into effect from 31 October 2018. When he was temporarily suspended.
Dubai. Former Sri Lankan fast bowler and coach Nuwan joesa Has been found guilty of attempting to fix matches and not disclosing the corrupt offers of suspected Indian bookies, for which he has been banned from all forms of cricket for six years. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the ban on left-arm fast bowler Joessa will come into force from the earlier date of 31 October 2018 when he was temporarily suspended.
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“He should have set the model as the coach of the national team,” Alex Marshall, general manager of the ICC’s Integrity Unit, said in the release. Instead, he became corrupt by indulging in corrupt activities and tried to involve others in it. “He said,” Fixing matches is a betrayal of sports principles. This will not be tolerated in our game. “42-year-old Joessa, who played 30 Tests and 95 ODIs for Sri Lanka, was involved in corrupt activities as bowling coach of the Sri Lankan team during the T10 tournament held in the UAE in 2017. Charges were made in 2018. Joessa has also previously been the bowling coach of the Sri Lanka A team.
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