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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Amir says sorry to ICC

Pakistan’s young fast bowler Mohammad Amir has apologized to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for breaching International Cricket Council (ICC) ban.
Mohammad Amir, along with former test skipper Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, has been suspended by the ICC on spot fixing allegations revealed by the British tabloid News of the World in August last year during Pakistan cricket team’s tour of England.As per the ICC ban, the player can’t take part in any form of cricket activity and can’t play a cricket match. ICC independent tribunal led by Michael Beloff, QC is due to announce the verdict of the suspended Pakistan trio on February 6 in Doha.

Mohammad Amir told the PCB official that he was unaware of the ban modalities and didn’t know that he can’t play even in a club match.The chief of Rawalpindi cricket association Naeem Akhtar has confirmed that Amir has apologized to the PCB for taking part in the cricket match on Monday at Rawalpindi cricket ground.
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