According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), Richie Benaouda, former Australian captain hear the South African Herschelle Gibbs's appeal against his suspension of two Tests. By Camilla Mancini During the game last Sunday Gibbs was suspended for two Tests after being found guilty of third-degree offense under the ICC Code of Conduct. Some microphones in Centurion Gibbs caught in the first Test of the game, using a vocabulary and making abusive racist comments about Pakistan fans who were present. Indeed, after the game Proteas won by seven wickets. However, Thursday Herschelle Gibbs filed an appeal against the suspension imposed on him by referee Chris Broad said Proteas captain, Graeme Smith, Gibbs definitely participate in the second Test against Pakistan next game. The 32 years old will remain available for selection until the ICC delegate in charge of announcing the decision on appeal final. It was assumed that the trial be held before the start of the game in the Friendly Town, Port Elizabeth (PE), in spite of the plans, the hearing has been delayed and the exact date has not yet been established.
In the last statement gave the ICC the matter forward that expect to have the trial between the second and third Test of the party in Parliament. Benaouda Richie, was appointed Commissioner of the Code of Conduct in Australia, has worked as an emissary for several years, it has become very popular. Currently has agreed to chair as the delegate of the ICC in the appeal hearing of Herschelle Gibbs to be held via tele-conference.