ICC uses Vincent’s emotional video to deter players from match-fixing

"We have got a very good handle of who these corrupt individuals might be who are travelling the world who may try to influence matches"

“We have got a very good handle of who these corrupt individuals might be who are travelling the world who may try to influence matches”

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has used former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent’s emotional video to deter players from getting involved in match-fixing.

Vincent received a life ban from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in July last year after admitting that he fixed numerous domestic matches.

“My name is Lou Vincent and I’m a cheat,” Vincent said in the video.

ICC chief executive David Richardson added: “We have got a very good handle of who these corrupt individuals might be who are travelling the world who may try to influence matches by contacting players, or umpires or groundsmen. I am sure that any attempt made will be thwarted by the measures put in place.”

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