Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland has expressed his disappointment at David Warner's behaviour last week, for which CA handed him a heavy fine and a lengthy ban.
Warner attacked England's Joe Root during a night out in Birmingham after the two sides had played at Edgbaston in the early stages of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
He was subsequently fined $11,700 for breaching the CA Code of Behaviour and suspended until the start of the Ashes in July, publicly apologising for his behaviour in a press conference last night (13th June).
"I'm disappointed and Australian cricket fans have every right to be disappointed, and I want to assure you that me and the management of Cricket Australia and the people on the ground in England will be doing everything possible to make sure that we continue down the path of continuing to build a successful team that Australian cricket fans can be proud of," Sutherland said.
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