David Warner will be allowed to resume his long-serving leadership role in Australian cricket. The suspension of the captain appointed by the former national vice-captain during the “Sandpaper-gate” controversy of 2018 may be up to revision, per a report by Ben Horne of News Corp Australia.
The risk of losing him in a costly league, competing with the T20 is thought to be a major cause of the situation. The CA is expected to reconsider its decision to reinstate Warner in leadership positions as clubs in the Big Bash League reportedly have a desire to hire him as captain.
David Warner was banned in 2018 for playing a leadership role
hree captains Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner, and game opener Cameron Bancroft have all been suspended by CA after pleading guilty to football abuse during South Africa vs. Australia Test 2018 in Cape Town.
Bancroft received a nine-month suspension, while Warner and Smith received a 12-month ban on all cricket overseas and Australia.
Prior to his dismissal in the middle of next season, New South Welshman was the captain of SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at IPL 2020. He also performed well while playing for Delhi Capitals at IPL 2022. (DC).
Warner recently made 99 appearances against Sri Lanka in the fourth One Day International in Colombo, Australia losing the series 3-1 with one game remaining.