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CSA cancels Gibbs contract

2010-12-03 15:49
Herschelle Gibbs (Gallo Images)
Johannesburg - Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Friday that they have decided to cancel Herschelle Gibbs’ national contract by mutual agreement.

“It has been decided that this is the best way forward for both parties,” commented CSA CEO Gerald Majola.

“On behalf of CSA I would like to wish Herschelle all the best for his future and to thank him for the contribution he has made to the successes of the Proteas over an extended period of time,” he added.

“Herschelle represented our country for 14 years with distinction and I don’t think any cricket lover will ever forget the magnificent innings he played in the famous 438 game against Australia.

 “Because of the sensitivity of the matter as well as the confidentiality agreements signed between the parties, the matter is now closed and there will be no further comments from the parties concerned,” Majola concluded.


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