West Indies allrounder allegedly provided information before ODI

Full coverage of the Marlon Samuels saga

In February 2007, Samuels was allegedly caught on tape by the Indian police for passing on match-related information to an Indian bookie during West Indies' one-day series in India ahead of the World Cup. He denied giving out any information and the board supported him, however promised a transparent probe in to the charges. The ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit also arrived in India for an enquiry. Samuels was allowed to play in the World Cup while investigations continued. Here is Cricinfo's full coverage of what followed the initial allegations


May 25
News - Samuels to contest two-year ban

May 17
News - Samuels' ban harsh - Richie Richardson

May 14
News - Board offers support to banned Samuels

May 12
News - Samuels found guilty of violating ICC Code

May 7
News - Marlon Samuels to face WICB hearing
February 8
News - Samuels faces misconduct charge


November 6
News - West Indies board delays Samuels probe

November 1
News - ICC seeks WICB inquiry into Samuels matter

February 15
News - Samuels makes West Indies squad

February 14
News - Samuels can play in the World Cup - ICC

February 12
News - ICC's anti-corruption unit arrives in Nagpur

February 11

News - WICB lends full support to Samuels
Tony Cozier - Windies board needs to act quickly
News - Ramnarine calls for educating players on anti-corruption

February 9

Full transcript - Samuels in conversation with Kochar
Comment - Don't rush to judgment
Sambit Bal - A question of faith

February 8

News - ICC team to go to Nagpur for Samuels probe
News - Samuels and Kochar deny allegations