New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder just cannot seem to steer clear of controversies. After nearly losing in life in a bar brawl earlier this year, he has now been suspended for six months after a drug test found him testing positive for a banned substance.
Talented New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder has been banned for six months for failing a routine drug test in March. The 29-year-old who has been more out of action than being on the cricket field will be allowed to play again after October 19th.
Aussie opener David Warner had to sit out of the Champions Trophy clash against New Zealand on Wednesday after he was involved in an altercation with an England player (believed to be Joe Root) in a pub in Birmingham following Australia’s match against England.
The sixth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) may have kicked off amid much fanfare, but simultaneously another league has been growing rather strongly. More and more players are joining the list of another IPL, which we have termed as the Injured Players League.
Jesse Ryder, the highly talented New Zealand batsman is in coma following a night brawl in Christchurch. According to news sources, the 28-year-old Ryder has suffered head injuries following two separate assaults on him...