Monday, May 26, 2008

Shane Bond to seek restrain of trade ruling against his banning

The 32 year old former New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond, who exiled from national team, and his two team mates are supposed to join the national team ahead of the forth coming series. Resigned from cricket destroy his international career. Other two Kiwi players are Daryl Tuffey and Lou Vincent who are now playing in the rebel ICL. However, most of you already know that those who will sing for ICL will not be able to play for country. It will be interesting to see the BCCI’s reaction if they want to play a warm-up match against Canterbury or Auckland. Shane Bond is now in Southampton on a short-term contract with English County side. reported:

The MCC World Cricket Committee met on the eve of the first test at Lord's last
week and Bond's name figured high in discussions. The committee, which included
Steve Waugh and Courtney Walsh, were in agreement that Bond had been treated
appallingly after signing with the ICL.
With such high-profile moral support,
it would seem the ideal time for Bond to seek a restraint of trade ruling
against his banning.

I hope the high-profile moral support will help to seek a restraint of trade ruling against his banning and proceed him to continue his international career.

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