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"He’s still talking about things he wants to achieve", manager Craig on Smith

Updated on: 08 December,2023 07:35 AM IST  |  Sydney
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“I can debunk that [retirement] at this point in time. He’s still talking about things he wants to achieve,” Craig was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald

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Steve Smith will not follow his teammate David Warner into Test retirement as the former Australian captain thinks he can still achieve a lot more, clarified Warren Craig, his long-time manager.


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There have been talks about Smith following the suit after a below par season this year against India and England. “I can debunk that [retirement] at this point in time. He’s still talking about things he wants to achieve,” Craig was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald.


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