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‘Corruption Is Not Rife Within Cricket’- ICC ACU

It was believed by The International Cricket Council (ICC) that the game at the highest level is clean and bribery in cricket is no longer common regardless of the fact that the corruptors have enhanced their operating system.

High Profile Cricketers

The International Cricket Council Official (ICC) put an end to several high-profile cricketers manipulate periods of bans, some of them are Sanath Jayasuriya, Heath Streak and Nuwan Zoysa.

And acknowledged the corruptors of the said game like bookies who are hiring encrypted technology from being seize and trying to make progress into franchise cricket.

Official Statement

“The corruptors are getting more sophisticated. More often they are using highly encrypted communication techniques . They are discovering new ways to move their money around. They are trying to be smarter about how they get into franchise tournaments.

For example in a lower level franchise tournament, they catch hold of a franchise owner who has a clean record to get inside information or to affect the play” The International Cricket Council (ICC) chief investigator said.

“Basically what corruptors do is to hunt around to find a way to affect a part of the game usually , barely the whole game, and to do that they need one or two players, ideally the opening bat,

captain or an opening bowler. So the job of my unit is to try and keep those people away from the game so we ca trust whatever we are watching” ICC) chief investigator added.

Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU)

Alex Marshall the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) General Manager of The International Cricket Councils (ICC) told The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that the great way to prevent and stop corruption is creating of Robust Intelligence gathering and Education system . Marshall states that the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU has managed to gather more information about this wicked acts and have successfully educate the young adults on how to keep away from falling into their traps.

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