CSA 'disappointed' over Collier claims

CSA 'disappointed' over Collier claims

London : United Kingdom | Oct 08, 2012 at 2:39 AM PDT
Source: CricInfo
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Jacques Faul, CSA's acting CEO, has voiced his displeasure over the fallout of the Kevin Pietersen saga, with South African players being blamed for playing a role in the controversy. It is absolutely not true that our players provoked Pietersen." Media reports had also suggested that the... FULL ARTICLE AT CricInfo
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