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Misbah in favour of 'tainted' opener Salman Butt's Test recall
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Misbah in favour of 'tainted' opener Salman Butt's Test recall

Image: Former Pakistan opener Salman Butt. Photograph: Getty Images. Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq has opened the door to a return for disgraced opener Salman Butt, who was jailed for 30 months in 2011 for his role in a spot-fixing scandal. The 31-year old Butt, 31 was suspended in the 2010 Lord’s Test against England at Lord's along with fast-bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif for conspiring to deliberately bowl no balls during the match. However, Amir made a comeback to ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Salman Butt can make a successful comeback - Geoff Lawson

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. ISLAMABAD, May 5 -- Former Australian fast bowler and ex Pakistan head coach Geoff Lawson believes Salman Butt can make a comeback for Pakistan saying he is ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago Salman Butt can make successful comeback, says former Pakistan head coach  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago alman Butt can make successful comeback, says former Pakistan head coach  Dunya News2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

UK likely to refuse visa to Salman Butt during summer visit

LONDON Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt could be denied a return to the United Kingdom due to law of the land. Butt, who was banned for five years in 2010 by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after his involvement in a spot-fixing ...
 Daily Times1 month ago UK government could block Salman Butt's return to international cricket  The Express Tribune1 month ago UK govt could block Salman Butt's return to intl cricket  Frontier Post1 month ago Salman Butt to Pakistan: Cut dot balls, rotate strike  DAWN Group2 months ago
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The Nation Pakistan

UK government could kibosh Salman Butt Test recall

Pakistan's hopes of offering a controversial recall to Salman Butt for their forthcoming tour of England, six years after he was central to the spot-fixing controversy at Lord's in 2010, could be stopped in their tracks by the UK Home Office, in spite of ...
 ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago UK govt could hinder Salman Butt's Test recall  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
DNA

Mohammad Asif's dreams of making a comeback for Pakistan hit a major roadblock

Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir have completed their bans for fixing, but only Amir has been allowed back into the Pakistani team.
 DNA1 month ago Mohammad Asif ignored by all teams in players draft for Pakistan One-day Cup  ABP Live1 month ago Asif ignored by all outfits in players draft  Press Trust of India1 month ago Mohammad Asif ignored by all outfits in players draft  Siasat Daily1 month ago
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Afridi against 'tainted' Butt making a comeback

Karachi: Pakistan Twenty20 skipper Shahid Afridi does not seem to be in favour of tainted cricketer Salman Butt making a comeback to the national team. A source in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) told PTI on Sunday that Butt, who completed a five-year ban ...
 Sify2 months ago Shahid Afridi not in favour of fixing-tainted Salman Butt making a comeback  IndiaTV News2 months ago Afridi not in favour of Salman Butt's return for World T20  Rediff.com2 months ago
DNA

Afridi was non-serious during World T20: Waqar Younis

He claimed that he had requested the national selection committee to include Salman Butt in the squad for the Asia Cup and the
 Asian Age1 month ago Discord between Shahid Afridi, coach Waqar Younis clouds Pakistan's World T20 campaign  DNA2 months ago World T20: Waqar Younis slams 'non-serious' Afridi, alleges Pakistan captain of regularly missing practice sessions  Firstpost.com1 month ago Waqar terms Afridi non-serious in leaked report  Manorama Online1 month ago
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Salman Butt, Asif are not fully ignored: Inzimam

LAHORE: National Chief Selector Inzimam ul Haq while announcing initial 35 names for Abbottabad fitness camp beforeEnglandtour stated that Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif are notcompletely ignored, they may comeback in near future. The chief ...
 The News Tribe3 weeks ago Inzimam tells why Inamul Haq, Butt not picked  The News Tribe3 weeks ago

Punjab ropes in Butt, Asif unpicked for Pakistan Cup

LAHORE: Left arm opening batsman Salman Butt was picked by Shoaib Mlaik-led Cookania Cake Rusk Punjab, while Mohammad Asif did not make it to any of the five teams as the Player Draft for the Cool & Cool presents Haier Pakistan Cup 2016 was ...
 The News Tribe1 month ago

Punjab picks up Salman, no team shows interest in pacer Asif

LAHORE: The Shoaib Malik-led Punjab side picked up former Pakistan captain Salman Butt while fast bowler Mohammad Asif did not make it to any of the five teams for the upcoming Pakistan Cup 2016 as the players draft for the domestic one-day event ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Pakistan Cup: Salman snapped up by Punjab, Asif unpicked  Frontier Post1 month ago Pakistan Cup: Salman Butt snapped up by Punjab, Asif unpicked  DAWN Group1 month ago
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