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DEEP DIVE | Legal Take Part 2: Can 2015 match-fixing sanction agreements be overturned?

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Lonwabo Tsotsobe a South Africa A press conference.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe a South Africa A press conference.
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In his interview on the Marawa Sports Worldwide (MSW) radio show, Thami Tsolekile said the South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) forced him and other players to use the services of lawyers assigned to them by it, failing which they would need to foot their own legal bills.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe subsequently echoed Tsolekile's comments, saying unlike him, he refused to use a lawyer appointed to him and that SACA would not cover the costs.

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