That is the message for David Warner from former Australia coach John Buchanan as the embattled batsman fights to save his Test career amid an apparent feud with his team-mates over the ball-tampering crisis. A formal announcement is expected soon.
Smith and Warner have confessed about their role in the pre-planned strategy to tamper the ball to seek unlawful advantage during the South African innings.
There have also been questions over whether the explosive left-handed opener will play for Australia again, after reports of discontent from teammates during the investigation and in the wake of the incident.
Along with Smith, he has also been ejected from this year's Indian Premier League, losing contracts worth almost US$2 million each.
Warner and Smith had already stepped down from their roles as skipper for the Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals respectively before their punishment was announced, and the IPL has since confirmed both men would be banned "with immediate effect from participation" in the lucrative Twenty20 tournament this year.
Bancroft received a nine-month ban from worldwide and provincial cricket.
The 48-year-old acknowledged that Australian cricket needed to start fresh and build a new, transparent team culture that doesn't push the boundaries.
"Cameron Bancroft: suspension of 9 months from all worldwide and domestic cricket", the CA statement read.
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"Its (sic) a stain on the game we all love and I have loved since I was a boy". He has covered a lot off from what was said between me and the players during the match.
Tim Paine, meanwhile, was given the unenviable task of replacing Smith as captain on Sunday as the Australians were smashed by 322 runs to go 2-1 down in the series.
"Like all of Australia, we are extremely disappointed and as a team we know we have let so many people down and for that, I am truly sorry".
Smith looked close to tears as he was bundled through the terminal by local police after an emotional few days, which culminated in him and David Warner receiving historic 12-month bans from playing at a national or worldwide level.
"Weet-Bix ambassadors represent our brand values of trust and integrity and they speak to everything that is good about being Australian", Todd Saunders, executive general manager for Sanitarium Australia, the owners of Weet-Bix, said in a statement sent to Press Association Sport.
Smith, Warner and Bancroft will now return home and will miss the rest of the season, and will complete 100 hours of voluntary service in community cricket to regain the trust of young cricketers, fans and the public.
Maxwell was unaware about the fate of Cameron Bancroft, who was caught on camera scuffing up the ball during the Cape Town test against South Africa.
Smith's next game for Australia will nearly certainly be a warm-up game for next year's World Cup in England, which is followed by an away Ashes campaign.
Tasked with doing the tampering in the game in Cape Town, Bancroft was caught in the act by television cameras and then panicked and tried to hide the piece of sandpaper he used down the front of his pants, an action that was also caught on TV and replayed over and over in slow-motion and close-up.