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South African coach Mickey Arthur has been found not to have breached the ICC Code of Conduct after a hearing relating to an incident that occurred during his country's 3rd Test Match against Australia.
Arthur was found not guilty of `public criticism of, or inappropriate comment on a match related incident or match official' by ICC Match Referee Chris Broad after a post-match hearing in Sydney on Thursday.
Arthur was found not to have breached level 1.7 of the ICC Code which relates to `public criticism of, or inappropriate comment on a match related incident.'
"On the evidence presented the article which quoted Arthur did not breach the ICC Code of Conduct. Disappointment at an umpires decision is allowed by both players and team officials and I am satisfied with the explanation provided by the coach," said Mr Broad
All Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand and a maximum penalty of 50 per cent of a player's match fee.
The charge was brought by on-field umpires Billy Bowden and Aleem Dar and 3rd umpire Bob Parry.
Chris Broad reached his conclusion the morning after a hearing attended by the above umpires, the SA coach and team manager.