PCB to Stay Away from Fiasco of Mohammad Aamir

Lahore, Jun 21 (PTI) The Pakistan Cricket Board has refused to extend any support to pacer Mohammad Aamir, whose five-year ban for involvement in spot-fixing could be extended by the ICC after he allegedly violated the terms of his suspension by turning up in a club game in England.

"PCB's reluctance to get involved in the issue now, even if the ICC extended Aamir's ban, was because last year when the ICC special task force was formed on Pakistan cricket, one of the conditions set forth to the PCB was that it would never show support of any sort for tainted players," a source revealed.

The England and Wales Cricket Board, which along with the ICC is investigating the matter, has already ruled that the concerned match between Addington and St Lukes in a Surrey division one league fixture was a recognised one.


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