Cricketer David Warner reveals he wants to enter POLITICS


Cricketer David Warner reveals he wants to enter POLITICS because he’s sick of ‘state premiers throwing others under the bus’ and wants to unite our ‘divided’ nation


David Warner says his next move after he retires from cricket may well be heading into politics. 

Speaking to Stellar’s latest issue, the athlete, 34, who resides in Sydney, says he’s been encouraged to run for public office once he packs away his bats. 

‘My days as a cricket player are numbered, and the past two years have been like a bit of a sense of retirement for everyone,’ he said. 

Cange: David Warner says his next move after he retires from cricket may be heading into politics. Speaking to Stellar’s latest issue, the athlete, 34, who resides in Sydney, says he’s been encouraged to run for public office. Pictured with wife Candice

‘A lot of people do say that I should look at politics. From where I sit in my life, I love global politics. And I do love the sense of helping people.’ 

He added that he is tired of how premiers are running the states – and thinks he could lend a hand.   

‘I don’t know a lot about policies, but I’m sick of the bullsh*t that [politicians] want to try to throw,’ he said. 

'My days as a cricket player are numbered, and the past two years have been like a bit of a sense of retirement for everyone,' he said. 'A lot of people do say that I should look at politics. From where I sit in my life, I love global politics. And I do love the sense of helping people'

‘My days as a cricket player are numbered, and the past two years have been like a bit of a sense of retirement for everyone,’ he said. ‘A lot of people do say that I should look at politics. From where I sit in my life, I love global politics. And I do love the sense of helping people’

Tired of it: He added that he is tired of how premiers are running the states - and thinks he could lend a hand. 'I don't know a lot about policies, but I'm sick of the bullsh*t that [politicians] want to try to throw,' he said. Pictured with wife Candice

Tired of it: He added that he is tired of how premiers are running the states – and thinks he could lend a hand. ‘I don’t know a lot about policies, but I’m sick of the bullsh*t that [politicians] want to try to throw,’ he said. Pictured with wife Candice 

‘I love being part of a team. But when you’ve got state premiers who don’t want to work as a team and are throwing others under the bus, it’s not a great look for a country. It’s showing we are divided.

‘How are you supposed to teach your kids the importance of working together when our leaders aren’t?’   

David and his wife Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one. 

Family: 'How are you supposed to teach your kids the importance of working together when our leaders aren't?' David said. David and Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one. All pictured

Family: ‘How are you supposed to teach your kids the importance of working together when our leaders aren’t?’ David said. David and Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one. All pictured 

The Daily Telegraph reported last month that the pair sold their temporary home in Maroubra for $4.2 million, ahead of moving into their dream mansion, which has been under renovation, nearby. 

The A-list couple bought the house, also located in Maroubra, for $2.33million in late 2016, and have resided their while renovations were underway at the bigger home. 

David arrived back in Australia in May, after he and a group of Australian cricketers were left stranded in India. 

Read more: In this week's issue of Stellar Magazine with the Warners on the cover

Read more: In this week’s issue of Stellar Magazine with the Warners on the cover 

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