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Sreesanth is confident his name will be cleared
Indian bowler Sreesanth opened up for the first time since being indicted in a match-fixing scandal that has rocked not only the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), but also the entire cricketing world.
Butt is anxiously awaiting to learn whether he will be allowed to play international cricket again
Disgraced former Pakistan captain Salman Butt has expressed his gratitude to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for hearing his appeal against the 10-year ban that was slapped on him by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for being the ringleader in a match-fixing scandal that shocked the cricketing world.
Asif’s international career could be all but over if his ban is not lifted
Disgraced Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif has presented an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in hopes that they will consider overturning the seven-year ban the International Cricket Council (ICC) slapped him with for his role in a match-fixing scandal that rocked the cricketing world to its core.
Nawaz’s actions have disgusted ur-Rehman
Former Pakistan pace bowler Ata-ur-Rehman has announced that he is considering to sue Sarfraz Nawaz for ruining his reputation and leaving his cricketing career in tatters.
Malik believes he possesses the necessary qualifications to be Pakistan’s new batting coach
Disgraced Pakistan captain Saleem Malik has announced that he is interested in applying for the position as the national team’s full-time batting coach.
Asif believes there was no hard evidence to prove he was involved in the match-fixing scandal
Disgraced Pakistan bowler, Mohammad Asif has revealed that there was no hard evidence to prove his involvement in the 2010 match-fixing scandal that shook the cricketing world to its core.