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Warner bar attack raises cricket team culture concern

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A second disciplinary hearing in three weeks for explosive opener David Warner has raised concerns about the culture of the Australian cricket team heading into next month's Ashes series in England. 

Australia's David Warner brings drinks for his teammates during the Champions Trophy match against New Zealand on June 12, 2013. A second disciplinary hearing in three weeks for Warner has raised concerns about the culture of the Australian cricket team heading into the Ashes series.

Warner was dropped for the Champions Trophy match against New Zealand in Birmingham on Wednesday and made to carry the drinks, after England reported an "unprovoked physical attack" in a bar on batsman Joe Root.

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