Wednesday, September 1, 2010

ICC had informed PCB about player-bookie nexus before sting Read more: ICC had informed PCB about player-bookie nexus before sting!

The International Cricket Council had conveyed its alarm to the PCB about the declared antecedent amid some Pakistani players and doubtable bookmakers alike afore the British abridged came out with the spot-fixing aspersion on August 28.

Well placed sources in the Board said that the ICC admiral had a arcane altercation with PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt aftermost ages in which they conveyed their apprehensions about the accessible links amid players and bookies.

"The ICC anesthetized on the advice and some argument letters to Butt which adumbrated that Pakistani players had been in blow with Mazhar Majeed alike during the Twenty20 World Cup over spot-fixing issues," a antecedent said.

He said anon afterwards the ICC conveyed its alarm to the PCB that article ability be activity on in the Pakistan and England alternation that Butt rushed the board's acknowledged advisor, Tafazzul Rizvi to accommodated with the ICC anti-corruption and aegis assemblage admiral and the Pakistan High Commission in London.

" The News of the World came out afterwards with its news but the ICC had already articulate off its suspicions to the PCB which additionally saw Butt leave afresh for England this month," the antecedent stated.

Sources accept adumbrated that one of the argumentative evidences that the Scotland Yard detectives and ACSU admiral are currently attractive at in the most recent spot-fixing aspersion are argument letters and audio recordings of blast conversations that Mazhar had with some players during the Twenty20 World Cup in the West Indies.

Scotland Yard detectives raided the Pakistan aggregation auberge aftermost Saturday night afterwards the News of the World news came out and its anchorman anesthetized on the "evidence" that Test skipper Salman Butt, clip duo Mohammad Aamer and Mohammad Asif and allegedly some added players ability accept been complex in atom acclimation during the Lord's Test adjoin England.

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