“I feel like it’s all my fault and it’s killing me” David Warner’s wife reacts
By Sandy - Apr 1, 2018 10:47 am
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David Warner’s wife Candice Warner feels everything is her fault what happened with David Warner in the recent days. David Warner has faced a career-threatening suspension after the Cricket Australia (CA) investigation on the recent ball-tampering scandal.

David Warner and Candice Warner with their children

Australian young opening batsman Cameron Bancroft tried to change the ball condition with the sandpaper during the day 3 of the third Test between the hosts South Africa and Australia at Cape Town.

Later, Bancroft admitted that incident while skipper Steven Smith confessed that leadership group knew about that.

Later it was revealed that vice-captain David Warner was the mastermind of that incident.

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As a result, CA has banned Smith and Warner for one year while Bancroft has faced nine months banned from the international and domestic cricket.

In the addition, 31-years old Warner will never be able to lead the national side again while Smith and Bancroft will have to wait one more year after the end of their suspensions to able for leading the national side once again.

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Earlier, in this series, David Warner and Quinton de Kock had verbal off-field fights where Warner claimed that the South African wicketkeeper insulted his wife.

Later that incident, two Cricket South Africa (CSA) executives had worn Sonny Bill Williams’ mask along with few fans. The centre stage of that incident was Candice’s tryst with Sonny Bill Williams over 10 years ago, even when she had not met with David Warner.

During this series, both David and Candice have faced verbal attacks from the South African fans continuously.

Speaking of the whole incident, Candice told Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph, “I feel like it’s all my fault and it’s killing me — it’s absolutely killing me.”

Talking about her husband David, she said, “protecting me as much as he could and protecting the girls (their children). But Dave would come home from the game and see me in tears in the bedroom, and the girls just looking at their mum, it’s been heart-breaking.

“When we were in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Dave would come home and, yes, I always put on a strong front and I turn out to the games.

“But seeing them wearing the masks, to have people staring and pointing and laughing at me, to have the signs, to have, you know, the songs made up about me, I would have to sit there and cop that.”

Candice also requested to the Australian fans for sympathy and patience.

During the recent press conference, David Warner skipped answering when he was asked whether the ball-tampering was actually his plan or he became the scapegoat.

Candice said on that, “I’m sure there were things he wanted to say but he just couldn’t get it out. He is hurting. He is seriously, seriously struggling and he’s not in a great headspace.”