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Ex-Sri Lanka cricket coaches stay in trouble due to facing anti-corruption charges

The Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) suspended a second Sri Lankan mentor on Friday for breaking its enemy of debasement code.

Ex-Sri Lanka cricket coaches stay in trouble due to facing anti-corruption charges
Ex-Sri Lanka cricket coaches stay in trouble due to facing anti-corruption charges


Avishka Gunawardene was accused of breaking two tallies identifying with the T10 League in the United Arab Emirates in December 2017. The charges against Gunawardene, the mentor of Sri Lanka in the association, incorporate neglecting to unveil any degenerate lead to the counter debasement unit (ACU).

Nuwan Zoysa, a bowling mentor amid the group, was suspended keep going October on three tallies, and an extra charge was laid on Friday that identifies with fizzling or won't, without convincing support, to participate with any examination completed by the ACU.

Both previous Sri Lanka players have 14 days to react to the charges.

Both previous Sri Lanka players have 14 days to react to the charges.
Both previous Sri Lanka players have 14 days to react to the charges. 

As indicated by a public statement by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the administering body, for the benefit of ECB, charged Zoysa for breaking four tallies of the ECB Anti-Corruption Code for Participants for the T10 League (the 'Code') and Gunawardene for two checks.

The ICC was named by the ECB as the Designated Anti-Corruption Official for the motivations behind the ECB's Code for this competition and in that capacity are issuing these charges for the ECB's sake, included the public statement.

The charges pursue an ongoing absolution to members who had recently neglected to report any data concerning degenerate lead in Sri Lankan cramp

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