I don't agree. It is certainly true that Amuro didn't say anything when the suspect was about to unwittingly destroy the evidence that could exonerate him, but it's not clear whether Amuro purposely did that, or just didn't realise it. In the chapter, Amuro argues that Banba is the culprit and it can well be true that he believes that.
It seems too contrived to me to suggest that Amuro provoked Banba on purpose, so Kogorou could see the stains on the shoe. That would imply that Amuro was aware they are there before he actually got a look at them. Conan seems surprised when he sees the bottom of the shoe which tells me he didn't think about it before. Normally in this series, other people, even detectives, don't notice things before Conan does, with the possible exception of Yuusaku.
In my view, Amuro's deduction simply isn't right, and Conan is there to set the record straight. We've seen this on other occasions where Heiji or Sera got things wrong before being corrected by Conan.
In Sera's introductory case, there is the case to be made that she actually wanted to see Conan performing Sleeping Kogorou, so she purposely gave a solution she knew to be incorrect in order to force Conan to put Kogorou to sleep. That is subsequently backed up by many hints pointing towards her knowing Conan's identity even before her introduction to the series. I can see why she'd be interested in botching her own deduction.
In contrast, I don't see why Amuro would care about Kogorou. The reason he is there and ultimately sticks around is a perceived connection between Akai and Kogorou. I don't see why Amuro would have any interest in seeing whether Kogorou is a good or a bad detective.
We can't say for sure, so I guess it's a matter of opinion at this point.
信じたい嘘 効かない薬 帰れないサヨナラ