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Thursday, November 17, 2011


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Lord Condon cannot be allowed to throw out non-specific allegations about corruption being rampant during the late '80s and '90s without going on to provide concrete instances. He must, even now, justify his erstwhile position as head of the ACSU, because if he does not, all his comments will have done is to leave a poisonous stench that does nothing except further damage to the integrity of the game he was appointed to protect! The ICC should be damanding no less from him in the light of his Evening Standard article. If they sit on their hands, the speculative thought arises that they also knew of the nefarious practices taking place at the time - and would rather not go there for fear of some of their number being found complicit. Lord Condon has fashioned his own cleft stick. Now he must put up his evidence or retract his vague but damaging allegations.


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and I thought that match fixing were only part of soccer and some other worldwide popular sports it is sad to find this kind of corrupted actions in a beautiful sport like cricket

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