"These fixing matters they can never be completely eradicated from cricket or other sports," Malik said in an interview.
     
"They can be curtailed at the most because these people who want to make easy money from cricket will always come up with new ways to target players and officials and make them greedy," he said.

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Malik, 54, was banned for life in 2000 on the recommendation of the Justice (retd) Malik Qayyum inquiry commission into match fixing in Pakistan cricket.
     
Malik, who later got a reprieve from the Supreme Court after appealing against the ban in a long drawn out legal process, said that the anti-corruption and security units set up by the International Cricket Council and its member boards were also not enough to eradicate the menace of fixing.

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