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Heath Streak handed eight-year ban for corruption

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14 Apr 2021 13:22 #389749 by chairman
Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak has been banned for eight years after being charged with - and admitting to - five breaches of the ICC's anti-corruption code, including accepting a payment in bitcoins from a potential corruptor.

Streak, Zimbabwe's greatest fast bowler, had been under investigation for an extensive list of games through 2017 and 2018, during his post-playing career as a coach, from his time in international cricket - with Zimbabwe from 2016 to 2018 - as well as stints in T20 leagues including the IPL, the BPL and the Afghanistan Premier League (APL).

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14 Apr 2021 13:25 #389750 by chairman
"Heath Streak is an experienced former international cricketer and national team coach, who had participated in numerous anti-corruption education sessions and was fully aware of his responsibilities under the Code," the ICC's anti-corruption head Alex Marshall said in a statement. "As a former captain and coach, he held a position of trust and owed a duty to uphold the integrity of the game. He breached the Code on several occasions, including facilitating the approach of four other players. At times, he also sought to obstruct and delay our investigation.

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