KCA's turn to issue final warning to Sreesanth

KCA's turn to issue final warning to Sreesanth

The KCA warning comes less than a fortnight after he was issued a similar notice by the BCCI.

Sreesanth, who is the captain of the Kerala Ranji team, has been repeatedly violating team discipline. He has also stayed away from the ongoing conditioning camp, the KCA said.
Addressing reporters after the meeting, KCA secretary TC.Mathew said it was decided to give Sreesanth one last chance to mend his ways.

“The KCA is supporting Sreesanth despite his repeated breach of discipline because he is the only Keralaite who is an international player and hence it was an unanimous decision today that we will give him one more chance,” said Mathews.

The Kerala team has been holding its final conditioning camp at Tellichery since October 12, ahead of the Ranji season, and Sreesanth reported for the camp only on Sunday morning.
“We expected him to join the camp after the Challenger Series which ended on October 11. His mother called me to say that he is going to Sabarimala and therefore he will report on the 18th. I tried to call him but he was not reachable.”

Sreesanth, whose track record in international cricket has also been punctuated by incidents of indiscipline, said at the camp on Sunday that he wants to stay clear of controversy.

“I informed them of my absence. I don’t know who is against me,” said Sreesanth.