Journalist lashes Cricket SA

2013-12-23 14:03
Cape Town - Cricket journalist Telford Vice has criticised Cricket South Africa (CSA) after he was revoked of special privileges.

According to the EWN Sport website, Vice said CSA is targeting him because the organisation does not approve of his work.

Vice last week described modern cricket administrators as “slimy as second hand car salesmen" - which led to CSA refusing him access to private exclusive interviews or private briefings and functions.

Vice said CSA didn’t like his reporting on the bonus scandal involving Gerald Majola as well as their relationship with the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI).

He insisted he did nothing wrong and that he has always reported in the best way he could, always publishing what he believed was factual information.

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