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Sreesanth to open a fixing-school for the benefits of young cricketers

14, Sep 2013 By Anil Sharma

Kochi: After getting a lifetime ban from cricket for spot-fixing in Indian Premier League, Santhakumaran Sreesanth is all set to open an academy in Kochi.

Yesterday, after Mr. Sawani found the players embroiled in the scam guilty, BCCI served Sreesanth with a lifetime ban. Sreesanth was shocked by BCCI’s decision. He said that it was the biggest setback of his life and he will make a comeback very soon.

Shanthakumaran Sreesanth
Sreesanth donning a new cap

Well, it didn’t take much for Sreesanth to make a comeback in the game of cricket.

“I always wanted to do something great for the game I love the most. Now I am free and I’ve got all the time in the world, so, I decided to open a match-fixing school. This school will teach the young cricketers everything about match-fixing,” Sreesanth told Faking News.

Although, Sreesanth is not the only owner of the academy. His fellow players Ankeet Chavan and Ajeet Chandila who also found guilty in Sawani’s report are his partners.

“We are focusing on the youth of the country. We’ll teach them how to fix a match without getting caught. Young players who play in IPL or any other league cricket can come and learn a lot from our highly experienced team. Learn big & earn big is our school’s tagline,” Sreesanth said.

When asked about his dancing career Sreesanth said “Right now, I am focusing on the fixing-school only. Though, my dance practice is always on. Abhi tak bookies ke isharon pe naach raha tha ab choreographers k.

“Fixing-school in Kochi is just a start, we’ve plans to open such schools all over India, we’ll make sure that every young cricketer gets equal benefit. We’re also planning to import teachers from Pakistan as they are much more experienced in the game of match-fixing. Plus foreign teachers attract more students in India,” Sreesanth disclosed his business plans.

According to the sources, the Kochi school is starting off from tomorrow and all the students are asked to bring their own towels.

When asked how sure he is about his school’s success he said, “Look, these 35 lucky charms I am wearing, these will make sure that my business shines in quick time.”

And the ex-cricketer started kissing the lucky charms uncontrollably.

“No, I don’t want to go to the Bigg Boss’ House, I’ve had enough taking orders from an unseen boss,” Sreesanth replied to one of the questions.