Candice Warner on Mitchell Johnson’s comments about David Warner. “He’s a good human being, and at the end of the day, that’s all that matters,” Candice Warner explained.
Mitchell Johnson, a former Australian pacer, recently made headlines when he unleashed a stinging assault on veteran batter David Warner. Johnson question why Warner given a “hero’s send-off. ” Test cricket after being engage in the ball tampering controversy in 2018.
Many individuals weighed in on Johnson’s remarks, including the seasoned batter’s wife Candice. Who noted that it was heartening to witness the outpouring of support from the cricket community.
“We’re doing OK. David’s residence. He’s been gone for three months, so having him home now and being able to spend time together as a family in the run-up to Christmas is always great. “It’s wonderful for David to have that support, but at the end of the day, he’s a good human being. ” Candice Warner quoted as saying by WWOS.
Anyone can get a headline: James Erskine
In response to Johnson’s comments, David Warner’s manager, James Erskine, stated that anyone can generate a headline. He also discussed Warner’s inclusion in Australia’s Test team. Which he believes is very appropriate given his terrible history in the format.
“Let me tell you something: anybody can get a headline. The truth is that [Warner’s choice] is just reasonable. [Matthew] Renshaw, [Cameron] Bancroft, who has done well in the Sheffield Shield, and [Marcus] Harris will be the three [replacement] candidates. “They’ve all had spells opening the batting for Australia now. ” Erskine quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald as saying.
Warner stated that he intends to retire from the longest format after the conclusion of the Pakistan Test series. Warner has indicated that he would want to retire at his home field, Sydney Cricket field. It is worth noting that Australia and Pakistan will play a three-match Test series beginning on December 14 at the Optus Stadium in Perth.