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Samuels charged with breaching the ICC's anti-corruption code

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23 Sep 2021 12:32 #393732 by chairman
Former West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels has been charged with breaching the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption code.

The ICC said the four counts against Samuels were in relation to his participation in the 2019 Abu Dhabi-based T10 league.

The 40-year-old won the Twenty20 World Cup twice with the West Indies and was the team's top scorer in both finals.

He has 14 days to respond to charges brought by the Emirates Cricket Board.

He has been charged with failing to disclose the receipt of a payment, gift or other benefit "that could bring the participant or sport of cricket into disrepute".

Samuels is also accused of failing to disclose hospitality worth more than $750.

The remaining charges cover failure to co-operate, and obstruction or delay of the subsequent investigation.

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06 Oct 2021 10:01 #394169 by chairman
Marlon Samuels will contest recent charges made against him under the ICC anti-corruption code.

Samuels who had 14 days to contest the charges has hired legal representation and informed the ICC of his intent to content the allegations brought against him

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