The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reprimanded former West Indies middle class Marlon Samuels under the governing body’s Anti-Corruption Act. Emirates Cricket Board for breaching four different anti-corruption codes for T20 tournament participants. Samuels was found guilty of failing to disclose to the anti-corruption official a receipt of a gift, payment or hospitality he may have received from the former international cricketer was also reprimanded for failing to cooperate with anti-corruption officials as well as for concealing information that may be relevant to the investigation, and Marlon was given Samuels has a 14-day period to respond to the charges. The Samuels represent the West Indies for the period of 18 years. The articles under which the Samuels have been charged are as follows: Article 2.4.2 Non-disclosure ated Anti-Corruption Official Receipt of any gift, payment, hospitality or other benefit given or given in Circumstances which may damage the reputation of the participant or the sport of cricket. Corruption Official receipt of hospitality valued at $750 or more Article 2.4.6 – Failure to cooperate with the investigation of the Designated Anti-Corruption Official Article 2.4.7 – Obstructing or delaying the investigation of the Designated Anti-Corruption Official by concealing information that may be relevant to the investigation. Marlon Samuels, who played an excellent role in T20 World Cup victories for the West Indies, represented the Caribbean in 71 Tests, 207 ODIs and 67 T20Is between 2000 and 2018. Also read: Right-handed batsman scored a total of 17,068 runs with a 17 ton and a double of a hundred, and these It’s not the first time the 40-year-old has been convicted of corruption. Back in 2007, he was banned for two years for sharing team information with a bookmaker before his first ODI against India in Nagpur. Edited by Arjun Panchadar. Log in to reply.