LAHORE Former first class cricketer Tahir Shah has pointed out that whatever steps the crickets top hierarchy takes, the menace of match-fixing cannot be eradicated from the game. In a statement, he said that the fixing is not just one-mans work and for the purpose at least a group of five to six players and officials with the backing of the board could make it possible. He added that if Kamran Akmal is to come under the scanner then other senior players of the team should also be put under surveillance. He also alleged that set aside the nomination of a captain, the selection of the players are also being recommended by the people involved in the crime.