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Kevin Pietersen (Gallo Images)
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Cape Town - Former England captain, Kevin Pietersen, has come out with a call for anybody who is involved in fixing or doping, to be given a full life ban from cricket.

In his article for The Telegraph, Pietersen expressed the view that if you cheat the system in any way, be it with performance enhancing drugs or taking money to underperform, that you should not be given a second chance.

Pietersen wrote on Monday: "Any sportsman or woman caught match fixing, spot fixing or taking drugs should be banned for life. They have broken the rules, should pay the price and not be given a second chance.

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