Cricket Australia’s big comment, ‘Tim Paine should have been thrown out 3 years ago’

New DelhiCricket Australia (CA) president Richard Freudenstein on Saturday admitted that the board had made a mistake in not releasing Tim Paine from the Test captaincy after a preliminary inquiry into the alleged sending of lewd messages to a female colleague.

Had to leave 3 years ago

Penn decided to step down as captain on Friday, expressing regret for sending his obscene pictures and lewd messages to a female colleague. “I can’t talk about the 2018 decision, I wasn’t there,” Freudenstein said in a joint press conference with CA CEO Nick Hockley. But I am saying on the basis of facts, I board does not take that kind of decision in today’s time.

He said that I accept that that decision clearly sent the wrong message that this behavior is acceptable and will not have serious consequences. The role of captain of the Australian cricket team should have the highest standards.

Tim Paine resigns in 2017 case

This case is from 2017 and after which he got a clean chit in the investigation of Cricket Australia and Cricket Tasmania. Paine was appointed the captain of the team after a ball-tampering controversy during their 2018 tour of South Africa.

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While Freudenstein said the code of conduct is (now) appropriate, it is important to note that a lot of things have changed with the passage of time. According to the report, a female employee of Cricket Tasmania has claimed that Pen sent her obscene messages with her lewd picture. That woman had left the job in 2017 itself.

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