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Pakistan looks to clear spot-fixer Mohammad Ameer
Sydney Morning Herald

Pakistan looks to clear spot-fixer Mohammad Ameer

ABU DHABI Pakistan's cricket chief on Tuesday said that an appeal would be lodged with the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit to clear the way for seamer Mohammad Aamer to play domestic matches before his five-year ban expires. ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Pakistan to appeal for Amir but not … Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
PCB to appeal Amir ruling News24, 1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle, 10 hours ago
Tata Group, 3 days ago
Huffington Post Canada, 18 hours ago
DAWN Group, 1 week ago
DAWN Group, 1 week ago
Capital Bay, 1 week ago
Sportal.com.au, 1 week ago
Free Malaysia Today, 2 weeks ago
Sports Mole, 4 days ago
Sportal.co.nz, 1 week ago
Times of Oman

International Cricket Council poised to clear way for Pakistan pacer Aamir return

Dubai: Pakistan seamer Mohammad Aamir, banned and jailed for spot fixing in one of cricket's darkest episodes, is set to be handed a dramatic return to the sport. The International Cricket Council (ICC) is expected to revise its anti-corruption ...
 Times of Oman1 month ago Global authorities set to pave way for Amir's return to cricket  The Statesman1 month ago Banned players set for return  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Pakistan's banned Aamer set to return to cricket  ENCA1 month ago
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New Zealand Herald

Cricket: ICC change opens door for Aamer

Mohammad Aamer the wicket of New Zealand's Peter Fulton. Photo / SNPA The International Cricket Council approved its revised anti-corruption code yesterday, but left it up to home boards to let banned players return early to domestic competition. ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago ICC approves changes to its anti-corruption code  Daily Times1 month ago Players could return early from corruption bans  Gulf Times1 month ago ICC clears new anti-corruption code  Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central1 month ago
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The Express Tribune

Disgraced Butt begs for PCB help to end ban

Butt was banned in Septem­ber 2010 for a minimu­m of five years by the Intern­ationa­l Cricke­t Counci­l OPTIMISTIC: The ICC on Monday revised its anti-corruption code, paving the way for banned players to feature in ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Cricket: Disgraced Butt begs for PCB …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Disgraced Butt 'begs' for board's help to end ban  DAWN Group1 month ago Disgraced Salman Butt begs for PCB help to end ban  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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Pune Mirror

Good news for banned players

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Monday said it is likely to allow banned players to feature in domestic matches a few months before their punishment expires. The provision in the players' code of conduct will come up for approval in next ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago ICC to extend olive branch?  News241 month ago Cricket: ICC may offer olive branch …  Yahoo! India1 month ago ICC may allow banned players to play domestic ties  Mid Day1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

PCB to approach ICC to clear way for 'banned' Aamer to play domestic cricket

Wellington, Nov 12 (ANI): In light of the International Cricket Council (ICC) revising its anti-corruption code on Monday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)'s chairman Shahryar Khan has said that they would lodge an appeal with the ICC's anti-corruption ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago SPORTS - Pakistan successfully lobbies for change in ICC corruption code  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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Dhaka Gladiators sues ICC, BCB officials

The owner of Dhaka Gladiators has filed a case against six top officials of International Cricket Council (ICC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) for 'not taking steps against the BPL match-fixing.' The case was filed with the court of ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago ICC against reduction of Ash's ban  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago ICC, BCB, Acsu against Ashraful  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago BCB, ACSU appeal against Ashraful's punishment reduction  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Banning Hafeez

LAHORE: After Saeed Ajmal, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has also banned all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez from bowling in international cricket due to a suspect bowling action. It seems as if the ICC scanners are only able to catch Pakistani ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Hafeez returning to Pakistan to work on action  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago Hafeez reported for illegal action: ICC  Arab News1 month ago Hafeez confident about bowling action despite being reported in Indian domestic league  Ani News1 month ago
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ACC Under-16 Elite Cup from October 22

QCA thanks ACC, QOC and other partners for their support Tribune News Network DOHA The Qatar Cricket Association, under the banner of the Qatar Olympic Committee, has completed all the required arrangements to host the Asian Cricket Council Elite ...
 Qatar Tribune1 month ago

PCB writes to ICC seeking early reintegration of Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir was found guilty of spot-fixing in 2010 Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have written to the International Cricket Council (ICC) asking them to review the spot-fixing ban imposed on left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir. The PCB, in their letter, ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia4 weeks ago
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