Gary White writes that the introduction of red cards in cricket would be illogical, saying that such rules would end the "good behavioral standards" in the game. Aussie great Glenn McGrath is all for the initiative, while BCCI chief Anurag Thakur has said India would consider it.
"The committee intends that a red card will be shown in response to “Threatening an umpire, physically assaulting another player, umpire, official or spectator; or any other act of violence”. There is no doubt that this is a
"Rather than a careful safeguarding for the
"Many will point to the amateur game where this sadly can happen and in fairness is the arena where the red card deterrent is felt by the MCC to be most required. Let’s not fool ourselves that the amateur game is all tea urns, sponge cake and crust removed sandwiches. In my years of club cricket I experienced lots of trash talk,
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