The Worldwide Cricket Council has charged former West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels of breaching 4 counts of the anti-corruption code throughout a T10 league, together with failure to reveal hospitality advantages that would convey disrepute to the game.
The sport`s governing physique charged the West Indian on behalf of the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), the organiser of the T10 League which is 4 seasons previous.
“Samuels can be given a time interval of 14 days to reply to the costs,” an ICC launch mentioned.
The 40-year-old Samuels performed 71 Checks, 207 ODIs and 67 T20Is in his worldwide profession, scoring 11,134 runs and taking 152 wickets. He retired from worldwide cricket in November 2020. In accordance with the ICC, Samuels breached articles 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.6 and a couple of.4.7 of the Code.
The three articles cope with failure to open up to the Anti-Corruption Official, receipt of any present, cost, hospitality or different profit that was made or given in circumstances that “might convey the participant or the game of cricket into disrepute”, non-cooperation with the investigation, and obstructing or delaying the investigation by “concealing data that will have been related…”
The T10 league`s newest version was held in Abu Dhabi in January-February earlier this yr. Samuels was part of the occasion in 2019 when he turned up for Karnataka Tuskers, which was led by South African star Hashim Amla.
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