Ramiz reveals which player should never play for Pakistan again

Ramiz Raja believes Sharjeel Khan should never play cricket for Pakistan again

Ramiz Raja: “These men don’t even learn from their mistakes and there is a trail of such absurdities giving a bad name to Pakistan. We should have zero tolerance on these things”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja believes that batsman Sharjeel Khan should never be allowed to play for the national team again.

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Arthur reveals what stopped Amir from being ‘up there with the very best Pakistan have ever had’

Mickey Arthur believes Mohammad Amir would have been one of the best bowlers Pakistan ever produced had he not been banned for five years for spot-fixing cricket

Mickey Arthur: “Had he not had those five years out of the game, I think he would be up there with the very best Pakistan have ever had”

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Mickey Arthur firmly believes that had left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir not been banned for five years, he would be “up there with the very best Pakistan have ever had”.

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq reveals why Afridi slapped Amir

Abdul Razzaq claims Mohammad Amir admitted to being part of the spot-fixing scandal in 2010 after Shahid Afridi slapped him Pakistan cricket

Abdul Razzaq: “He (Afridi) told me to leave the room but after a while I heard the sound of a slap and then Amir told the whole truth”

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has claimed that left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir only admitted that he was involved in the spot-fixing scandal that rocked the cricketing community in 2010 after ex-captain Shahid Afridi slapped him.

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir reveals what he regrets about his career

Mohammad Amir admits he regrets being part of the spot-fixing scandal in 2010 as it led to him missing the 2011 and 2015 World Cups Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir: “Those World Cups were not in my destiny but there is sadness on missing them”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has admitted that he regrets being involved in the spot-fixing scandal as he lost the chance of playing in the 2011 and 2015 World Cups.

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New spot-fixing claims made by Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera 15 international matches between 2011 and 2012 spot-fixing ICC cricket

The ICC has urged Al Jazeera to share the evidence they have to prove that 15 international matches were fixed between 2011 and 2012

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Al Jazeera has released its second documentary regarding corruption in cricket, in which it claims that 15 international matches between 2011 and 2012 had elements of spot-fixing.

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Kaneria admits guilt in Westfield spot-fixing case

Danish Kaneria admits guilt in spot-fixing scandal Pakistan cricket

Danish Kaneria: “I admit that I was guilty of the two charges brought against me by the England and Wales Cricket Board in 2012”

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Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has admitted to his role in the spot-fixing scandal that involved his Essex teammate Mervyn Westfield.

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Gilchrist: No nation is immune spot-fixing

Adam Gilchrist spot-fixing may be going on no team, nation, body immune Australia cricket

Adam Gilchrist: “No body, no nation, no team is immune to [spot-fixing] and there’s every chance it’s still going on around the cricketing world”

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Legendary Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist has admitted that spot-fixing could be going on in the sport at any time, and added that “no body, no nation, no team is immune” to it.

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