Pakistan Cricket Board seeks reprieve for spot-fixer Mohammad Amir

Saturday, 19 October 2013 - 16:15


Desperate to save the career of tainted pacer Mohammad Amir, the Pakistan Cricket Board would try to seek ICCs permission for the youngster to start training at PCB facilities and play some domestic cricket.


The Pakistan Cricket Board will take up the issue at the executive Board meeting of the ICC in London this week.


PCB legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi said that the head of the interim management committee of the board Najam Sethi had taken lot of interest in the case and would try to get permission for the youngster to either start training at PCB facilities, or play some domestic cricket.


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