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Ban Salman Butt for Life; Ijaz Butt Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt has demanded a life time ban on playing cricket for spot-fixing hit Salman Butt.According to local media reports former chairman said, “Salman should not be allowed to play cricket in any case while the other two cricketers, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, should be kept under strict check before they could return to competitive cricket”.He further added, “Although the trio has served their sentence in England, but they should be given punishment in Pakistan as well.”Ex-chief advised PCB to put a life time ban on Salman Butt and remaining two players should be under observation for at least 6 month for check and balance on their behaviour. Ijaz was heading the PCB at the time of the spot-fixing scandal in 2010. He said, if he was the current chairman of the PCB he would have never allowed Salman to resume his cricketing ...

Ajmal Seeks Clear Answer from PCB Pakistan off spinner Saeed Ajmal has stated that he is ready to retire from international cricket if the Pakistan cricket authorities tell him clearly that he is no longer a part of their plans.According to local media reports Ajmal said, “I have always played on merit and my performances but if the Pakistan cricket board feels I can't play for the national team anymore, I would request them to let me know so that I ...
Shahid Afridi to feature in charity match at Oval ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's T20 captain Shahid Khan Afridi will participate in a charity match at the Oval on September 17 called Cricket for Heroes.The swashbuckling all-rounder will also be joined by India's MS Dhoni and Virender Sehwag for the fundraising match for Help for Heroes, the charity organisation based in the United Kingdom, according to a report on Help for Heroes team will be led by former England captain Andrew Strauss and besides the trio ...
India's Sharma, S.Lanka's Chandimal banned for misconduct COLOMBO: India's Ishant Sharma was on Tuesday suspended by the International Cricket Council for one Test match and Dinesh Chandimal of Sri Lanka banned from a one-day international for misconduct during the final Test in Colombo.Two other Sri Lankan players, Dhammika Prasad and Lahiru Thirimanne, were fined 50 percent of their undisclosed match fees for similar offences during the match, the ICC said in a statement.All four players were involved in a heated flare-up during ...
Salman Butt Wants To Prove Himself Again Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt has expressed that he wants to prove himself again. The tainted player is expecting to return in T20 World Cup.According to local media reports Butt said, “My heart tells me I should wake up early in the morning and go to a ground and bat”. He added, “It's the cricket field where I want to start my redemption and prove myself again”.Salman Butt has admitted that he needs to perform ...
India clinch series despite Mathews heroics COLOMBO: Angelo Mathews' batting heroics went in vain as India beat Sri Lanka by 117 runs in the final test to win the three-match series 2-1 on Tuesday. After setting Sri Lanka a 386-run victory target in the bowler-dominated weather-hit contest, India needed seven wickets on the final day to gift Virat Kohli his first series victory since becoming the test captain. Sri Lanka skipper Mathews (110) and debutant Kusal Perera (70), however, refused to ...
Former Pakistani Player Arshad Khan Drives Taxi in Australia On Monday, social media user posted shocking news on regarding former Pakistani Test cricketer Arshad Khan spotted driving taxi in Australia.A Facebook user, Ganesh Birle, shared the information on Facebook that the former Pakistan cricketer was seen driving Uber Taxi in Sydney. In a sad story shared on Facebook by Birle. He said that Arshad Khan first try to avoid any kind of conversation. “He was avoiding the conversation all the time, but at the ...


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