Former Zimbabwean leader Heath Streak apologizes to ICC after 8-year ban

Former Zimbabwean captain and national team coach Heath Streak has apologized after the International Cricket Council (ICC) imposed an eight-year ban on him for violating the ICC’s Corruption Prevention Code, but refused to take part in match-fixing. The 47-year-old Streak has been accused of coaching Zimbabwe between 2016-2018 and five charges against various franchises.

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“I apologize wholeheartedly to my family, friends, cricket lovers and all my colleagues who have shown me love and support through many years of trials and various problems,” Streak said in a statement. I would like to record that I am not involved in any match fixing or spot fixing, nor did I try to influence the game during the match or share information from the change room.

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He said, ‘I think my famous and deliberate mistakes are an example for current and future stakeholders. After opening my eyes, I must be especially careful about my position and all the information and thoughts that are personal to me. “Streak, who has taken 455 international wickets in his 12-year career, has acknowledged some aspects of the ICC’s decision to set up a T20 league in Zimbabwe, though he said he did not know the person he was with. In online betting.