Match-Fixing: Lou Vincent Expects More Charges Against Him

Denying that he has made any plea bargain with ICC investigators, Kiwi cricketer Lou Vincent says he is accountable for his past actions and expects more charges apart from the 14 that England and Wales Cricket Board levied against him.

updated: May 23, 2014 14:06 IST
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Wellington: Disgraced former New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent on Friday denied striking a plea bargain with match-fixing investigators and said he expected to face more corruption charges on top of the 14 already laid against him.

The England and Wales Cricket Board on Thursday charged Vincent and his former Sussex team-mate Naveed Arif with fixing the outcome of a 40-over county match between Sussex and Kent in August 2011.

Vincent, who is also accused of fixing a Twenty20 match between Sussex and Lancashire in the same month, said in a brief statement issued by his Auckland lawyer that the charges stemmed from evidence he had provided authorities.

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