The Abu Dhabi T10 League management have released a press release regarding the ICC having officially charged 8 players cum officially for breaching the ECB Anti-Corruption Code during the T10 League.
According to which they have expressed deep disappointment and regret over the allegations of corruption in the T-League and said that our policy in this regard is very clear and we have adopted a zero tolerance policy.
In a statement, Global T10 Sports Management said, “On receipt of such complaints, we have taken necessary steps. The accused will not be spared in any way and we will work closely with the ICC-International Cricket Council on this matter.
The ICC-International Cricket Council on behalf of the ECB-Emirates Cricket Board had charged several players and officials for breaching the ECB Anti-Corruption Code during the T10 League.
The mentioned tournament was held during 19th November, 2021 and 4th December, 2021 in which six teams participated.
They charges based on various Articles of the Anti-Corruption Code, relate to attempts made to corrupt the matches during the league. These attempts were disrupted. The ICC issued charges on behalf of the ECB’s include the following personal:
Krishan Kumar Chaudhary – Team Co-owner
Parag Sanghvi – Team Co-owner
Ashar Zaidi – Batting Coach
Rizwan Javed – Domestic Player
Saliya Saman – Domestic Player
Sunny Dhillon – Assistant Coach
Nasir Hossain – Bangladesh Player
Shadab Ahamed – Team Manager