(PRWEB UK) 31 July 2014
As reported by BBC News article, dated 4 July 2014:Lou Vincent: The most brutal form of apology, Lou Vincent, the cricketer, has admitted to being guilty of attempting to fix matches, and he minced no words in his apology. After he exhaled deeply, he started giving his statement with words: “My name is Lou Vincent and I am a cheat." The New Zealander came forward and admitted his actions, and the fact that he had compromised his integrity and the sport itself by taking money in order to fix matches. Vincent, who is 35 years old, received a lifetime ban from playing cricket, working as a coach, or taking part in any kind of activity that is related to organized cricket, as punishment for breaking a total of 18 anti-corruption rules, between 2008 and 2011. Even though his actions were wrong, it was his apology that shocked general public the most. He went on to say that he had shamed his sport, country and family. He didn’t go easy on himself, and he used the same template as is used by members of Alcoholics Anonymous, which usually address others in meetings by saying: “My name is XXXX and I am an alcoholic", which is claimed to have a cathartic effect.
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