10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPOT FIXING»
Discover the use of spot fixing
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to spot fixing
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Spot-fixing refers to illegal activity in a sport where a specific part of a game is fixed.
Indigo Theophanes Dax, 2012
Cricket Cauldron: The Turbulent Politics of Sport in Pakistan
Figure 11 The three Pakistani cricketers caught spot-fixing in a sting operation -
Iett to right: Mohammad Amir, SaIman Butt and Mohammad Asit. They were tound
guiIty in a British criminaI court and sentenced to prison. Secondly, the ACU ...
Shaharyar M Khan, Ali Khan, 2013
Bookie Gambler Fixer Spy: A Journey to the Heart of ...
Bookie Gambler Fixer Spy is a story featuring politicians, governing bodies, illegal bookmakers and powerless players - as well as corruption, intimidation and even suicide.
Sphere of Influence: Writings on Cricket and its Discontents
Spot-fixing: The Fix is (Back) In 67. Spot-fixing: Moral Hazard 68. Spot-fixing:
Class Consciousness 69. Conspiracy in Cricket: All the Conspirators 70. orru tion
: ho uards the Guards? 71. Spot-Fixing: Now What? Index INTRODUCTION A
Race, Racism and Sports Journalism
With no lack of cold facts at hand, the coverage of the spot-fixing affair never quite
lapsed into full, florid Woolmer-scale conspiracy theory or lurid rumour. The
evidence against Amir and Asif was compelling enough for the affair, initially, to
John Price, Amir Saeed, 2012
Fraud, Corruption and Sport
As we have already discussed, match-fixing is difficult to establish unless
substantial evidence is forthcoming; this type of corruption, however, is possible
to detect; the new development of spot-fixing and 'creative bets' in the gambling
Graham Brooks, Azeem Aleem, Mark Button, 2013
What are the Odds?: An A-Z of Sports & Prop Betting
Seealso Cricket, Exotic Bet, On the Spot, Prop Bet, Specialist, Spot Fixing. Spot
Fixing 'But, with the invention of the internet, and the explosion of all types of
quirky bets, an individual player can make money on things like red cards and ...
Glorious Summers and Discontents: Looking back on the ups ...
The last ball of a match that started and finished in the most dramatic
circumstances came when Mohammad Asif, one of the players implicated in the
spot-fixing allegations overnight, swatted at Graeme Swann, only to have an
inside edge ...
Leading Cases in Sports Law
... robust and independent compliance and integrity units that are more active in
policing and uncovering corrupt activities. Crucial as its role is, the identification
of spot fixing as in this case, should not be left to investigative journalism alone.
Contract period Trade I I Spot Fixing I I Settlement Maturity I date date date date
date Figure 4.1: Key dates in an FRA trade. The spot date is usually two husiness
days after the trade date; however, it can hy agreement he sooner or later than ...
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SPOT FIXING»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term spot fixing
is used in the context of the following news items.
IPL spot-fixing: Three exonerated players were not questioned by …
The three players, whose names were inadvertently cropped up in the Indian Premier League spot fixing and betting case on Friday, have been cleared by the ... «Zee News, Nov 14»
New Zealand Cricket 'dismayed' that Brendon McCullum's spot fixing …
New Zealand Cricket has voiced its 'dismay' that Brendon McCullum's evidence to world cricket anti-corruption investigators has reached the public domain. «Daily Mail, May 14»
Spot-fixing not widespread, FA says
Spot fixing is where a player agrees to influence a specific element of a match - for example by getting a yellow card - rather than trying to fix the final score. «BBC News, Dec 13»
Cricket Scandal Rocks Pakistan
The detectives told team managers that they had been tipped to a “spot fixing” scandal that was about to be splashed across the front page of Sunday's News of ... «New York Times, Aug 10»