Melbourne: Alleged bookie Mazhar Majeed's claim that the Australians were the biggest offenders of corruption in cricket is far from true but it has put every player under suspicion, feels ACA chief executive Paul Marsh.
An angry Marsh said that every player has been unfairly tainted by the sensational match-fixing allegations of Majeed.
"This person's said what he's said but if you're going to come out and make accusations put names to it. I would have much preferred he'd done that and then there's an investigation and we go from there. But what he has done here is he's put every player under suspicion," Marsh was quoted as saying in the Australian media.