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New Zealand former batsman Lou Vincent lifetime ban for match fixing

Written By Nila on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 | 10:30 PM

London, July. 2 -

New Zealand cricket team's former batsman Lou Vincent 35-year-old has played in 23 Tests and 102 one-days .


Lou Vincent, who played in England's county club competition, the Champions League and the Bangladesh Premier League, but also to qualify for a price less than the match was accused of divulging. 2008 and 2012 - during the period from 5 countries in the 12 matches he was involved in a gambling scandal sparked complaints.


Gambling on cricket, the International Cricket Council (ICC) gambling prevention Lou Vincent who was questioned by police investigation led to the England Cricket Board and England. However, he's done nothing wrong and was denied the allegation Vincent.


At this stage, suddenly yesterday's Lou Vincent apparently admitted being involved in match-fixing. He issued the statement, 'I am the way, a fraudulent person. I repeated misuse of professional status is determined at the end of the game for the money. I've lived with this secret for many years, they could be. But the last few months ago I decided to tell the truth to the outside world. I and my country, sport and dependents have betrayed me, "he said.


Lou Vincent also pleaded guilty to gambling and a lifetime ban for a few hours, he gave the England Cricket Board.


He can not take part in any cricket-related event. Over 20 of the Champions League match, he is also banned for life.

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