Kenyan players pleased with ICC probe

Published: Wednesday, January 12, 2005, 23:53 [IST]
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Nairobi:Top Kenyan cricketers being quizzed about match-fixing allegations by investigators from the International Cricket Council (ICC) are pleased with the probe's progress, their lawyer said.

Attorney Alan Kosgey told AFP his clients were satisfied with the way the investigation is being conducted and had been responding well to questions posed by two officials from the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit.

"I have been accompanying the players to the interviews to give them the legal advice and everyone is happy," Kosgey said, adding: "We just have to wait to know the verdict once the investigations are over."

The two ICC officials began a second round of interviews with the players on Monday, seeking new evidence in a match-fixing probe that led to former Kenya team captain Maurice Odumbe being banned for five years last year.

The officials, who last visited Nairobi in December, are expected to complete the investigations on Friday and forward their findings to the ICC which will decide the next course of action.

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