Warner, Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft were given seven days to respond to their sanctions, a period which will expire on Thursday, but their supporters are adamant they have until Wednesday week to decide whether to challenge the severity of their suspensions from worldwide and state cricket for their involvement in the scandal that has the rocked the team now in South Africa.
'To the fans and lovers of the game who've supported and inspired me on my journey as a cricketer, I want to sincerely apologise for betraying your trust in me, ' he said in the press conference.
Coach Darren Lehmann, convinced to step down after seeing the apologies from Bancroft and Smith, was also tearful as he announced his resignation. Recently Harbhajan Singh also opened up his opinion saying a year-long ban is a joke for a ball-tampering incident.
Warner was reported as the instigator of the ball-tampering scandal that has engulfed the cricketing world, and so the former vice-captain's name has been dragged through the mud more so than the other two players found guilty.
CA has made it clear its sanctions aren't for ball tampering, rather conduct "contrary to the spirit of the game","unbecoming of a representative", that "could be harmful to the interests of cricket and/or. brought the game of cricket into disrepute".
When questioned about a possible appeal, Warner said: "That's something that I will continue to sit down with my family and weigh up all my considerations before I make any decisions".
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The trio have until Thursday to decide whether or not to appeal the penalties.
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He took full responsibility for the ball-tampering scandal and said he was deeply sorry for the episode that rocked Australian cricket. "I will do everything I can to earn back the respect of the Australian public".
Meanwhile, Warner is expected to appeal against CA's ban.
"To be honest, I am not sure right now how I will do this, I will seek out advice and expertise to make serious changes". "It's on my watch and I take responsibility for what happened last Saturday".
"I feel like it's all my fault and it's killing me - it's absolutely killing me", Candice Warner said in an interview to Sydney's Sunday Telegraph. Along with Smith, he has also been ejected from this year's Indian Premier League, losing contracts worth almost US$2 million each.