Fast Bowler Mohammad Amir return soon
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi hoped that fast bowler Mohammad Amir will be able to play cricket very soon.
They have been convicted of spot-fixing fast bowler Mohammad Aamir said that he who raised the issue before the ICC to amend the law in June that a new committee to review the case Mohammad Amir Will. He hopes that Amir’s sentence reduced from five years to four years there will be.
The ICC meeting in Dubai after a press conference in Lahore, Pakistan, saying the ‘Big Three’ have consented to sign the plan, but the Pakistan Cricket several assurances were made which will benefit domestic cricket.
Sethi also said that next year will be named president of Pakistan ICC. He told reporters that the Big Three not to sign the plan, Pakistan was left alone, and to end this isolation was necessary to meet with everyone.
The tour of Britain in 2010, Pakistan’s three players Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt for spot-fixing charges were later sentenced to five-year ban.The sentences will end in 2015. Mohammad Aamer sentenced to a one-year low in June and has four years then he will be able to immediately play cricket.
He said on the sidelines of the ICC for the next eight years, Pakistan’s internal and external trips are for fixed income would be Rs 30 billion to Pakistan. He also visited India with a written agreement has been signed and is now awaiting approval of the Board.