Wednesday, September 30, 2009

CSA take No Action for Smith and Arthur

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has no affairs to blaze Captain Graeme Smith or coach Mickey Arthur, afterward their aboriginal avenue from the Champions Trophy, but wants to dig abysmal into the debacle.

CSA arch controlling Gerald Majola said that South Africa’s accident to England in their final Champions Trophy accumulation bout in Centurion on Sunday was “deeply disappointing”.

“There are some adamantine questions to be answered,” Majola told a South African daily.

“At no stage did the team look anything like a team that is the world No.1 in both Tests and one-day Internationals.

“They absolutely were way off area they should be at this stage, and I will be speaking to Mickey and the team administration to acquisition out what went wrong.”

But Majola fabricated it bright that there were no affairs at this date to blaze either the captain or the coach.

“That’s not activity to happen, but we absolutely appetite answers. The team’s achievement was aloof not acceptable enough.

“I don’t appetite to aces out individuals, but there were problems with the bowling and the batting, and the team’s anatomy accent was not that of the world’s best team.”

South Africa absent to Sri Lanka in the aperture bout of the clash but bounced back to exhausted New Zealand comfortably.

Smith, who fabricated a career-best 141 in a accident account on Sunday, was visibly aghast afterwards the match. “I don’t appetite to accomplish excuses,” he said.

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