| Taylor says ban will come Mangalam

Harare: Former Zimbabwe captain Brendon Taylor has said that the International Cricket Council (ICC) is preparing to impose a ban on him. Taylor revealed that the action was due to the delay in providing information about the match. Taylor had told the ICC’s anti-corruption committee that an Indian businessman had approached him to discuss the launch of the Zimbabwe Twenty20 League in 2019 and later forced him to compromise.

The actor also revealed that he had shot a video of himself using cocaine and threatened to do so. Brendan Taylor has revealed that he could be prosecuted for delaying notifying the ICC. The actor reiterated that he took money from them but did not take part in any kind of collusion. Taylor said it was too late to contact the ICC for the safety of the family. He approached the ICC four months later. Taylor, 35, ended his 17 – year career last September. Taylor, who is also a wicket-keeper, played 34 Tests, 205 ODIs and 45 T20Is for Zimbabwe. He scored 2320 runs at an average of 36.25 in Tests. Six centuries and 12 half-centuries. There are 30 catches in Taylor’s name. He scored 6684 runs in 205 ODIs at an average of 35.55. Taylor has 11 centuries, 39 fifties, 133 catches and 29 stumpings. Taylor, who averaged 93.94 runs in 45 Twenty20s, has 20 catches and two stumpings.



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