ICC supports BCCI steps to deal with spot-fixing issue

Updated: 19 May 2013 21:38 IST

In a statement, ICC Chief Executive Mr David Richardson said: "The ICC offers its full support to the BCCI's in its efforts to quickly complete the enquiry against the accused players.

ICC supports BCCI steps to deal with spot-fixing issue

In an offical ICC press release, The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday welcomed the steps announced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to deal with the spot-fixing issue.

In a statement, ICC Chief Executive Mr David Richardson said: "The ICC offers its full support to the BCCI's in its efforts to quickly complete the enquiry against the accused players.

"The ICC also notes and welcomes the additional steps taken by the BCCI for the deployment of an anti-corruption official to accompany the teams and the accrediting of all player agents.

"The BCCI has requested the ICC to provide recommendations for the further strengthening of its anti-corruption protocols for the IPL. We will be submitting our proposals as soon as possible."



Topics : Cricket Indian Premier League, 2013 Board of Control for Cricket in India David Richardson
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