ICC needs to tap players phones

In his first public appearance since fleeing Dubai midway through a tour and surfacing in London, Zulqarnain Haider reiterated to reporters at an impromptu press conference at Chaudhry's TKC Restaurant in Southall that he fled because of death threats against him and his family, and said the best way for the ICC to eradicate match fixing is to "record all the players' phones and record where they are going."
"It was very hard for me when I got threats from one person in Dubai," he said. "I just felt very nervous that he gave me threats." Haider chose the venue because it had provided catering to the Pakistan team during its tour of England earlier this year.
Haider said "a lot of people are involved" in match-fixing and that he would co-operate fully with the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit as he wants cricket to be "clear of fixing", but did not accuse any of the players in the Pakistan team, saying he didn't want to blame or be negative towards anyone. The ACSU has already communicated with Haider over his claims.

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