S Sreesanth ready to play for another country? Details inside!

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So if not India I want to play for another country. He said, "Any player banned by his parent body can not play for any other country, ICC rules very clear". Sreesanth was quoted as saying by ANI, "BCCI has imposed the ban, not ICC".

He was banned for life following allegations of spot-fixing during an Indian Premier League match in 2013.

However, the BCCI acting Secretary, Amitabh Choudhary, has ruled out any possibility of Sreesanth playing cricket anywhere in the world.

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He also said that BCCI was a private firm.

"I am 34 now and I can only play for maximum six more years". His ban was lifted by a single bench of the Kerala HC on September 18, but BCCI appealed against this judgement and chief justice-led HC bench upheld Board's ban saying that "there is no violation of natural justice against the cricketer". "Since I love cricket, I want to play the sport somehow", Sreesanth told Asianet News on Thursday, October 19. Disheartened with the decision, Sreesanth has now said that if not India he might play for any other country.

"So, if I play for any other country, it probably may be the same". BCCI denied Sreesanth a no-objection certificate to play for a Glenrothes Cricket Club in Scotland.

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The Spurs chief said: "His mind is clear that what happened is in the past and we need to move on". "It's as simple as that". I'm so proud that our players accept and believe we can play differently from one game to another".

"Yes, representing Kerala in Ranji Trophy is different".

Sreesanth was banned by the BCCI when he was arrested by Delhi Police along with Rajasthan teammates Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan on charges of spot fixing in the 2013 edition of IPL.

After the court's order he questioned the ruling on Twitter, "What about the accused 13 names in Lodha report? I had hoped to win Ranji Trophy, Irani for Kerala, but the decision rests up on the BCCI", Sreesanth said.

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Whatever the truth of the case be, Sreesanth has very few options ahead of him after the latest setback and any efforts to resume playing cricket with the BCCI ban still in effect is most certainly going to hit a roadblock. This statement is clearly stated that Sreesanth to be served lifetime ban from the International Cricket after the verdict by the Kerela High Court, which Sreesanth totally disagree and responded to fight back for his chance for the comeback in the game.

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