IPL spotfixing: Use Tendulkar, Dravid, Dhoni to educate players on corruption, says Gavaskar

Former Indian Test opener feels 'men on the ground' should be used to talk to players so that they are not lured by bookies.

updated: May 18, 2013 09:21 IST
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Sunil Gavaskar suggests that the Board of Control for Cricket in India should utilize the services "men on the ground" to educate players across the country to refrain from indulging in corruption.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India already has an anti-corruption and an anti-doping unit to educate players about the ill-effects of match-fixing or similar scandals. Also read: Sreesanth, Chavan, Chandila have confessed: Delhi Police to NDTV

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