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“The game is still crook. The ICC anti-corruption unit are a bunch of idiots who employ people who don’t know what they are looking for.”And that is the sad reality that exists in the world of cricket. The ICC is truly clueless or else it would have been the ACSU that caught Butt and his Pakistani teammates and not a British tabloid. The failures of the ICC is out there in the public for all to see and till date the ICC hasn't caught a single player. It has always been some third party from the outside. I think that the ICC as a guardian of the game has failed its most important duty and must do an immediate rethink of how it is going to combat fixing. They have always been two steps behind and in most cases a mile behind and this is definitely not good for cricket and if the game is to be clean then drastic steps have to be taken, and taken now!
It is the insidious effect of your actions on professional cricket and the followers of it which make the offences so serious. The image and integrity of what was once a game, but is now a business is damaged in the eyes of all, including the many youngsters who regarded three of you as heroes and would have given their eye teeth to play at the levels and with the skill that you had.It is this image that the ICC now have to try and remove and replace it with the image of the good old game.
The conviction of Butt and Asif is welcome, but the fight against corruption in cricket has just begun.How true that statement is! The fight has just begun.