“I think there are one or two problems in every organisation and it does not make the entire organisation bad,” said Tendulkar.
However he added that the youngsters need to tread carefully to avoid falling for the match-fixing traps. “I would definitely say this (spot-fixing) is not a good example (to set).
“My advice would be to follow the people who set the right example. Follow the right direction and absorb all the good qualities,” he said.
With the fifth season producing some good-quality cricket, the edition was tarnished after a television sting operation accused TP Sudhindra (Deccan Chargers), Mohnish Mishra (Pune Warriors),Amit Yadav ( Kings XI Punjab), Shalabh Shrivastava (Kings XI Punjab) and first-class cricketerAbhinav Bali of match-fixing.