PUNE (India) The PCB may have decided to sue coach Mickey Arthur for his remarks but now he has denied accusing Pakistani players of match-fixing in the series played in Pakistan in 2007. Quite simply I have not accused anybody of match fixing, all I said in my book was that the last ODI in Lahore makes you think so just because of the way Pakistan lost it, he said from Australia, where he is a coach with the Western Australia team. His soon-to-be released biography, 'Taking The Mickey contains a small but controversial chapter on match-fixing. There is little more than one mention of match fixing because I never ever saw anything to make me suspicious in my five years, he further added. My book is published in November and includes my five years as coach of South Africa taking the reader through all the trials and tribulations of my time in charge, he further added. The captain of the South Africa team, Greame Smith has written the foreword of the book.. When we won the last ODI against Pakistan in Lahore on 2007 tour, we thought we have won the series (3-2) fair and square. In this match, Pakistan needed 60 odd runs to win and had seven wickets in hand and we hoped the match would be won by Shoaib Malik-led Pakistan team easily, but in the end, the match was won by us. Perhaps, we bowled really well in the end, Arthur added. Arthurs book will come at a time when three Pakistani cricketers have been suspended by International Cricket Council (ICC) on spot-fixing allegations.