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After the recent match fixing scandal has been verified as true what has been done. Conje has been kicked out of the side and that is it. Conje was the person who organised it all but most of the players took the money and went along with it. I think they should be banned as a test playing nation until they can prove that they are clean of people like Conje.
The cricket of old was a gentlemans sport and that is still the feeling for the most part. No gentleman would accept money to make his own country loose. The side is disgraced but why should a team like England play these criminals. England are about the only team untouched by these sort of allegations, if we are going to keep it that way then we must not play these teams. If the ICC are trying to show they are dealing with the situation then they must take action against South Africa.
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