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Cricketers tired of CSA politics

SA Cricketers’ Association said players are sick and tired of political infighting at CSA.

Cricket administrator Jacques Faul. Picture: Cricket SA
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JOHANNESBURG - The South African Cricketers' Association (Saca) on Friday said players are sick and tired of the politics and infighting at Cricket South Africa.

The association has called on the federation's board to support acting chief executive Jacques Faul rather than undermine him.

Faul resigned on Thursday just four months after replacing Gerald Majola who was suspended following the IPL bonus scandal.

Majola later agreed to reconsider tendering his resignation.

Saca’s Tony Irish said the board needs to support Faul.

“Cricket is turning around and everybody needs to support the turn around.”

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