According to David Warner's manager, Cricket Australia officials have authorised ball tampering.

James Erskine claims that Cricket Australia allowed players to manipulate with ball more than a year before sandpaper gate controversy broke out in Cape Town . Erskine says that Warner has been completely slandered by Cricket Australia .

Melbourne: In a shocking revelation, David Warners boss James Erskine claims that Cricket Australia (CA) officials allowed players to manipulate with ball more than a year before the sandpaper gate controversy broke out in the Cape Town Test in 2018.According to Erskine, the players were given permission from two executives after losing a Test match to South Africa in late 2016 in Hobart, while opener Cameron Bancroft was suspended for the remainder of his career.Warner was branded the perpetrator of the incident in Cape Town in March and was thus far out of the team's leadership role.We cannot reverse-swing the ball by tampering with it.And they were told to do it, as sponsored by Vuukle.Whilst South Africa's Faf du Plessis was later found guilty of ball-tampering, Erskine said, He has shut up, he has shielded Cricket Australia, he has shielded his fellow players, because at the end of the day no one wanted to hear more of it.

An internal inquiry revealed that the Australian cricket board was to blame for the ball-tampering controversy, and that former Australia captain Mirabai Chanu resigned from his role as the world champion on Wednesday.Order a copy of the latest music from JioSaavn.com.Warner said that the independent review board wanted him to go through public lynching.

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