Lord Condon wants tough sentences
- From the section Cricket
Former International Cricket Council anti-corruption chief Lord Paul Condon believes the ICC needs to get tougher on corruption in the game, saying countries who fail to control their players should be banned from international cricket.
Condon was speaking in the wake of the jailing of three Pakistan players found guilty of of conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to accept corrupt payments.
He adds that the incident is a "big wake up call" for cricket and "harsher sentences" must be given to cheats in the game.