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BCB to review 2nd Division ban

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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) may review its decision to punish Fear Fighters Club and Lalmatia Club, their players, coach and manager, after they admitted losing in Dhaka Second Division Cricket League last year.
These players, teams and organizers lost their bizarre manner in order to protest against alleged biased umpiring. The matches produced two of the most bizarre scorecards ever seen.
The need for reassessment came after the punished parties submitted multiple letters to the BCB requesting a pardon to renew their careers over the last 12 months.
Jalal Yunus, the BCB director talking to foreign cricket web site an also who was part of the three-member inquiry committee formed in April 2017, said that the BCB would discuss all these appeals later this month.

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