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AP Mohammad Aamir gestures after bowling during a practice session. File photo PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf today backed disgraced paceman Mohammad Aamir by declaring him a national asset and hinted that the Board may help the young fast bowler in
Outgoing bowling coach Eric Simmons believes fast bowler Ishant Sharma is "ready for one-day cricket" and should have been a part of the Indian squad in the ongoing Commonwealth Bank tri-series in Australia. Simmons, who will be replaced by former
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Former Pakistan captain and coach Waqar Younis on Friday urged the International Cricket Council to review its five-year ban on young paceman Mohammad Amir. "If the ban reduction can be considered then they should do that, every law gives margin,"
Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis have a lot of sympathies for young Aamir.He urged ICC to review its decision of 5 years ban on Aamir. ”If the ban reduction can be considered then they should do that, every law
The person says the 19-year-old fast bowler was released from a young offenders' institution on Wednesday halfway through his six-month sentence because of good behaviour. Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and bowler Mohammad Asif are still serving
LONDON: On Wednesday Feb. 01,2012. Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammad Aamir who in Portland Young Offenders Institution for the past 3 months has been released today. Aamir who was convicted for his involvement in spot-fixing scandal was freed after
Fighting to retain his place and to save his team, Ricky Ponting scored his 57th half-century to steer Australia to 142 for the loss of three wickets before bad light stopped play on the fourth day of the final Test at the Wanderers on Sunday.
Rod Marsh and Andy Bichel are expected to be named as the two part-time members of the reconfigured Cricket Australia national selection panel. Their appointments leaving that of the new head coach as the only role left to be filled ahead of the home
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) adviser Tafazzul Rizvi has decided to extend his stay in London to follow proceedings of the spot-fixing trial that underway in London after the names of former wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal, his brother Umar, and fast bowler