I've been reading through Brian Radford's book Caught Out - Shocking Revelations of Corruption in International Cricket for school, and there's a chapter dedicated to Qasim Umar's allegations of prostitution, drug taking and bribery surrounding cricket in the 1980s.
I'd never heard it before, so I was just wondering if anyone has any idea if this was some sort of deluded fantasy, or if anything ever came of his allegations. The rest of the book holds up, IMO, but the chapter on Umar and his allegations seemed rather sensationalist to me.
Here's a passage:
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