McCullum doesn't regret leaking evidence to ICC's corruption probe
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has said that he has no regrets about his leaked evidence to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) match-fixing probe.
McCullum said that he stands by his testimony to the ICC, in which he had revealed that a high-profile cricketer dubbed 'Player X' had unsuccessfully attempted to recruit him in a match-fixing scam in 2008.
According to Sport24, McCullum said that there is still a long way to go to remove corruption from the game, adding that it has been a number of years and the next little while would probably be quite tough as well, but his involvement in the investigation is ongoing.
The skipper had been shocked when his allegations appeared in a British newspaper this week.
ICC president Alan Isaac had reportedly described the leak as 'totally unacceptable', the report added.
Meanwhile, McCullum also said that he maintains confidence in the governing body and would continue to cooperate with them.
(Posted on 23-05-2014)