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Stand-off brewing between CSA and Quinton De Kock over kneeling stance

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Quinton de Kock. (Photo: Indranil Mukherjee/AFP)
Quinton de Kock. (Photo: Indranil Mukherjee/AFP)

The saga involving star Proteas batsman Quinton de Kock and Cricket South Africa (CSA) over the board's stern kneeling stance could lead to a stand-off between the parties.

CSA was meant to release a statement on Tuesday clarifying De Kock's position after the wicketkeeper-batsman refused to play against the West Indies following its order that the players must take a knee at the start of matches.

However by the time of writing, the public was none the wiser about the reasons behind De Kock's refusal to take the knee and subsequent withdrawal from the game.

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