New Delhi: Australian Test captain Michael Clarke has reacted diplomatically to Shane Warne's outburst against Cricket Australia's bosses. Clarke said Warne was entitled to his opinion and can say whatever he likes.
"The people who make the decisions on who gets employed, they'll definitely take notice. They'll read what Warnie had to say. And I'm sure they'll do whatever they have to do," said Clarke on Thursday.
In a report published in theage.com.au, two other current Australian players, Peter Siddle and Mitchell Johnson, felt Warne's blog post recommending several changes in cricket administration were not a distraction.