How David Warner reinvented his image & # 39 ;: top celebrity agent reveals the five rules he gave the cricket player after the ball mess scandal
He was in the middle of the ball-messing cricket scandal in March 2018.
And it seems that the former Australian cricket captain David Warner, 32, has since re-invented & # 39; & # 39 ;, with the help of top agent James Erskine.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Sunday, James revealed the five rules he gave the controversial sportswoman to rebuild his reputation.
Return: How Australian cricket captain David Warner has reinvented his & # 39; & # 39; after the ball-messing scandal in 2018. Pictured: David and wife Candice Warner
The agent admitted that an important step was the & # 39; reconnecting & # 39; with everyday individuals by downgrading luxury items, including his car.
& # 39; I told him to lose the Bentley. The average Australian earns $ 48,000 a year. Why would you want to stand out? You don't do that, & James told the publication.
James also encouraged David, who was not allowed to play for a year, to accept his misconduct because & # 39; you can't change the past so don't try & # 39 ;.
Rules: On Sunday top celebrity agent James Erskine revealed the five rules he gave David to rebuild his reputation in the last 12 months while talking to The Daily Telegraph
In addition, James admits that he also told David to continue with the incident because & # 39; you can't be angry with those involved & # 39 ;.
The next rule was asking for forgiveness from his teammates and professionals.
& # 39; You must call them and say sorry for your share. You can't hold a grudge and have to look forward to seeing them again, & James added.
The last line was: & Do little or no public interview and do not bother hiring a publicist because you have nothing to publish. Stay still and stay out of the news. & # 39;
Forgiveness: James told David to accept the past, not be resentful, and downgrade luxury items, including his car, to reconnect with the average Australian & # 39;
Last year, during the Australian Australian Cricket Team's third test match against South Africa in Newlands in Cape Town, it won & # 39; Sandpapergate scandal & # 39; global headlines.
Team player Cameron Bancroft was filmed with sandpaper to scratch the rough side of the cricket ball.
An investigation revealed that Captain Steve Smith and vice-title David Warner were also involved in the scandal, which resulted in a sanction for all three players.
Since then, before returning to the sport in May, David usually stayed out of the spotlight.
His wife, Candice Warner, welcomed their third child earlier this month.
& # 39; Stay still and stay away from the headlines & # 39 ;: David was also told to do small public interviews and avoid attention (pictured with wife Candice and two of their daughters)
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