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Why banned trio of Asif, Amir & Butt should be welcomed back???

As soon as ICC aired the news of sanctions being lifted from tainted Pakistani trio of fast bowlers Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir & opening batsman Salman Butt, a debate roared among the cricket circles in Pakistan as majority of the cricketing pundits coming up with their views on this new development or crisis situation. 347 more words

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ICC Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt announced the lifting

ICC Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt announced the lifting
International Cricket Council, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt lifting the September announced.
E_News International Cricket Council Pakistan players Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and opening the doors to the September announced by the… #SportsNews… 20 more words

ICC Confirms Sanctions Against Asif And Butt Will Expire On 1 September 2015

The International Cricket Council today confirmed that the sanctions against Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt will expire at midnight on 1 September 2015 and that they will be eligible to return to competitive cricket, at both domestic and international levels, on 2 September 2015 after fulfilling the specific conditions laid down by the independent Anti-Corruption Tribunal. 237 more words

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Sports Integrity Initiative: Convicted Pakistani cricketers eligible to return to competitive cricket

Yesterday the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that sanctions against Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt will expire at midnight on 1 September 2015. The ICC announced that the two cricketers, who were convicted alongside their Pakistani team-mate Mohammad Amir for their roles in spot-fixing during the England vs. 829 more words

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Pakistan's left arm spinner Raza Hassan banned for 2 years on doping Charge

Another young Pakistani talented cricket will be left in obscurity. This time it was left arm spinner Raza Hassan who was banned by PCB for using of illegal substances. 153 more words

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Shoaib Akhtar Caught Doping

In October 2006, Shoaib Akhtar, also known as the Rawalpindi Express, was banned alongside Mohammad Asif just before the Champions Trophy in India. Both Pakistani cricketers waived their rights to have their ‘B samples’ tested after they failed an anti-doping test for Nandrolone, a banned steroid. 392 more words

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Mohammad Amir & Naazuk Surat-e-Haal

The ICC’s anti-corruption head, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, has used his discretionary powers to allow Mohammad Amir – Pakistan’s estranged fast-bowling sensation from 2010 – to return to domestic cricket. 738 more words

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