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Disgraced Pakistan captain Saleem Malik has called on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to review the life ban that was imposed on him after he was found guilty of match-fixing in 2000.
Malik became the first cricketer to be banned from all forms of cricket after Justice Qayyum’s report found him guilty.
Malik appealed against his life ban in 2001, but it was rejected by the Lahore High Court.
“The PCB chairman met with Malik to hear his plea and will further review his case,” a PCB spokesperson told ESPNcricinfo. “He approached us and offered his service for cricket and requested the chairman to reconsider his ban as he claimed that a court had lifted his life ban.”