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We know who you are, ICC boss warns fixers

The game has been blighted by reports of fixing in recent years, though Richardson said the governing body's anti- corruption and security unit had been working with local authorities to ensure it did not influence the February 14-March 29 event in ... Hong Kong Standard, 3 weeks ago

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The News Tribe

Match fixers are like 'paedophiles grooming their victims' - top ICC official

A top International Cricket Council official has stood by comments linking match fixers to paedophiles. ICC anti-corruption unit chairman Ronnie Flanagan's comments to TV ONE's Breakfast came after officials ejected several people out of the match ...
 ONE News2 weeks ago ACSU arrests bookie in Australia  The News Tribe2 weeks ago World Cup: 'Match-fixers are like paedophiles'  Oneindia3 weeks ago ICC's ACSU boss claims illegal gamblers groom players using 'pedophile' tactics  Ani News3 weeks ago
One India

ICC allows Amir to play domestic cricket

DUBAI: ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) has allowed Muhammad Amir to play domestic cricket with immediate effect after taking prior approval of the ICC board and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The ACSU Chairman, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, ...
 SAMAA TV1 month ago Banned Aamer granted early return  Herald Sun1 month ago ICC allows fast bowler Mohammad Amir to play domestic cricket  World Tribune Pakistan1 month ago ICC allows banned Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aamer to play domestic cricket  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Mid Day

Al-Amin to be sent home in a disciplinary action, media reports say

The ACSU (the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit) informed the Bangladesh team management of Al-Amin staying outside the team hotel after the 10pm deadline, ESPNcricinfo said on Sunday, quoting team manager Khaled Mahmud. Mahmud told the ...
 Bdnews24.com1 week ago ICC World Cup: Bangladesh deny pacer Hossain's links with bookies  Mid Day1 week ago Al-Amin Hossain sent home from World Cup  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago ICC World Cup 2015: Bangladesh deny bookie links  Economic Times1 week ago

Cricket World Cup will be clean, says ICC's anti-corruption chief

"Evil" illegal gamblers using the grooming methods of paedophiles to try and corrupt cricketers have not gone away but the game's anti-corruption chief Ronnie Flanagan is confident the upcoming World Cup will be clean. Match and spot-fixing ...
 Emirates2473 weeks ago BEWARE illegal gamblers, match-fixers! ICC promises clean World Cup  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Cricket World Cup will be clean - ICC  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago

No charges against Al-Amin from ACSU: BCB president

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Wednesday said the anti-corruption unit of the International Cricket Council (ICC) has brought in no corruption charges against right-arm pacer Al-Amin Hossain, although the ICC security watchdog has ...
 Prokerala1 week ago NO CORRUPTION CHARGES AGAINST AL-AMIN: BCB PREZ  Asian Connection5 days ago No charges against Al-Amin Hossain from Anti-Corruption Unit: BCB president  Oneindia1 week ago 'ACSU has no issues'  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
DAWN Group

Gamblers will trick you and attract you, ICC warns players

SYDNEY: Evil illegal gamblers using the grooming methods to try and corrupt cricketers have not gone away but the game's anti-corruption chief Ronnie Flanagan is confident the upcoming World Cup will be clean. Match and spot-fixing scandals have ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago
Mid Day

ICC uses 'cheat' Lou Vincent to warn players

By IANS | Posted 3 hours Christchurch: Former New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent, who was banned for life by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) from any kind of cricket after admitting to a range of match fixing offences, was used by the ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago ICC uses Vincent's video to warn players  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago ICC uses Lou to caution players  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Vincent's 'I'm a cheat' message to warn players against corruption  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Anti-corruption plan to fight pitchsiders

Cricket officials in New Zealand ejected a fan suspected of pitchsiding last weekend at a one-day international in Wellington. Fairfax Media has learned the spectator was thrown out after being spotted by cameras during the first one-day game ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago Cricket's anti-corruption figures to outline plan to fight pitchsiders  WA Today4 weeks ago
DNA India

Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt awaits ICC approval to play domestic cricket

Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Amir had all been banned for being a part of infamous no-balls in the Lord's Test against England in 2010. Butt, along with Asif, had pleaded not guilty in their previous versions to the PCB, which the ICC had ...
 DNA India1 week ago Butt makes full confession of role in spot-fixing scandal: report  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Butt has confessed to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB official  The Hindu2 weeks ago Mohammad Amir reprieve may encourage 'corrupt' players to come clean, says ICC CEO David Richardson  DNA India4 weeks ago
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