ICC Incompetent to Tackle Match-Fixing, Says Brendon McCullum's Lawyer

Brendon McCullum's lawyer Garth Galloway has said that despite the cricketer's revelation on being approached to underperform in matches, the ICC has failed to act.

updated: May 20, 2014 18:09 IST
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Brendon McCullum is reportedly unhappy with the International Cricket Council (ICC). Despite his confession to the ICC anti-corruption investigators regarding being approached to underperform, he is unhappy with the "inaction" on the world governing body's part. His lawyer Garth Galloway, according to New Zealand media, has called ICC "incompetent".

UK's Daily Mail reported on Saturday that McCullum revealed he was offered 107,000 Pounds to underperform in international as well as IPL matches in 2008. The Kiwi veteran also alleged that "a star cricketer was involved." The ICC though has not made substantial progress in the matter, feels Galloway.

"The ICC need to conclude their investigation as soon as possible if they haven't already," Galloway was quoted as saying by One News. "I think the ICC you have to describe as incompetent in relation to this issue. They have gone completely silent in relation to how this leaking has occurred."

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