And Taylor, who led Australia in 50 tests, was of the belief it would eventually help Smith's leadership.
Former Australian captain Mark Taylor, right, shakes hands with England's Alastair Cook during this year's Ashes. While being comfortable driving and pulling the fast bowlers, Smith is quick-footed and adept at facing spin too making him as lethal in the subcontinent as he is anywhere else.
Smith announced on social media on Friday that he had returned to Australia from overseas, seeking to win back trust after the scandal. While known for his tenacious demeanour on the crease in Tests, he can also switch to a truly destructive style in T20s and ODIs. "And to me that's the biggest damage that's happened over the past few months", he told Nine Network's Sports Sunday.
'I thought his share price went up with that because he was taking on board the responsibility'.
Taking the positive out of this incident, Taylor concludes, "I think if he ever does come back and captain Australia it will make him a better captain".
Besides, Smith and Warner lost their leadership roles.
"From an Australian perspective, it is probably important that they play a bit of cricket at some stage", Di Venuto said.
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The team will soon take the field as Australia face England in a limited-overs in the month of June.
If Paine isn't selected, 31-year-old Aaron Finch would be the likely be the front-runner given he has previously led the ODI and T20 sides.
While Warner was charged as the mastermind of the whole scandal former skipper Steve Smith was charged with knowledge of the ball-tampering plot and instructing fellow opener Cameron Bancroft to carry it out. I speak to them quite a lot.
Meanwhile, a refreshed Smith declared this week he was ready to get back to business after returning home from the US. "I have had some time away to come to terms with everything and now its time to get back into it", Smith wrote in an Instagram post.
"To my Mum, Dad and Dani (his wife) you have been my rock through this and I can?t thank you enough".
"To the fans and the lovers of the game who have supported and inspired me on my journey as a cricketer, I want to sincerely apologise for betraying your trust in me", he had said.