Caught Out: Shocking Revelations of Corruption in International Cricket

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John Blake Publishing Ltd, Jun 6, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 330 pages
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Caught Out exposes a staggering catalogue of revelations about the way international cricket is being contaminated by crooked players, ruthless gamblers and bent officials. It brings together appalling scandals involving the biggest names in the sport who have deliberately cheated, often under enormous pressure from gambling gangs who threaten serious physical harm and even abduction if their orders are not carried out. These riveting revelations will shock and disgust all those who play cricket honestly at every level whether it is at school, a local club, county level, or at the top in the international arena. Icons are named and shamed in a series of disclosures that zoom in on match-fixing, spot-fixing, cocaine smuggling, chilling death threats, kidnapping, ferocious betting, and high-class prostitutes paraded as additional rewards for players who cheat for illegal bookmakers. A string of amazing exposes will grip and alarm anyone, whether close to cricket or not; even if only having a modicum of interest in the integrity of those who compete and officiate in sport.

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Title Page Dedication Foreword
Panic and prayers at Condons Anticorruption Unit offices
How England sweetly licked the Aussies
poisoned or natural causes?
Disgraced Pakistan trio put their feet in
Indian gangster approaches Aussie stars
Banned for blowing whistle on corruption
Richards and Botham go to pot
Brave Hair brushes aside Oval walkout chaos
England star turns cocaine smuggler 12 Top bookie names his dressingroom contacts
Santa Stanford gets the sack and prison
Lawyer blasts Warne and Waugh for helping Indian bookie
Tax probes and fixing in the
Petrified star flees for his life
Cocaine commentator accused of Bradman scam
ICC plants moles to snare cheats

Sweaty Atherton has dust on his hands
The mysterious life and death of Hansie Cronje

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About the author (2011)

Brian Bradford is an investigative sports journalist who writes for the national press, and author of six books, including Taken for a Ride, an insight into the frauds of horse racing.

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