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Australian cricket team vice-captain Michael Clarke says he doesnt like what he sees affecting the game he loves so much.


Sydney, Sep.5 : Australian cricket team vice-captain Michael Clarke says he doesn't like what he sees affecting the game he loves so much.

"I think the game of cricket will survive what is going on, but it's a crucial time," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Clarke, as saying.

"I heard what Warney [Shane Warne] said the other day, and I have to agree with what he said. If anyone is found guilty of what has been alleged to have happened, they deserve severe punishment," Clarke added.

Clarke is spending a lot of time with his father, Les, who is in remission from cancer.

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