David Warner Wanted To Visit India For A Reason But BCCI Banned Him From Doing It – Here’s The Story

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David Warner’s wife Candice tells a fan that David wanted to come and support his team but BCCI has stopped him. After the ball tampering incident, things have been really hard and the punishments have been severe for the Australian players involved in it. Some were made to leave captaincy positions, some banned and not allowed to play in IPL. David Warner was also banned from playing in IPL. However, recently he wanted to visit India to check out his team play in the IPL and cheer them but BCCI banned his visit. Here’s the full story.

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David Warner the Australian cricketer was recently in news for a case of ball tampering, later when he and Steve Smith accepted the accusations they were banned from the team of Australian Cricket and later David Warner who played for Sunrisers Hyderabad was banned by BCCI to play in the Indian T20 tournament IPL.

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David Warner was one of the most beloved member of Sunrisers Hyderabad and after being banned from IPL he wanted to come to India for supporting his team. He was seen active on Social Media following IPL updates, in one of the live Instagram Video of SRH he commented that he will be visiting India soon to support his team. But seems like BCCI didn’t want that to happen and has denied the requests of David to visit India.

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Another IPL Fan ‘Srujana Konakanchi’ on Twitter shared the images of her conversation with David’s wife Candice who told him the insides of this whole situation. Her message in the image read ‘He was wanting to come over but unfortunately the BCCI have stopped him from coming over to watch. He will be back next year.’

In another text message of her’s she says,

“Yes he is very disappointed as he wanted to support the team he loves”

The fans have been going crazy after seeing these images, David Warner is one of the topmost players in IPL from the last 4 years and he’s not even allowed to come and watch the match is devastating. It is also being said that this is a clear conspiracy against David Warner and that BCCI is directing him on the instructions of Australian Cricket Board. If you missed out on the Ball tampering issue, check out the full story here.

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