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PCB appoint adjudicator for Sharjeel appeal

PCB appoint adjudicator for Sharjeel appeal

Tribunal says batsman's previous clean record and attitude was taken into account before making the decision read more

Khalid Latif: Unfulfilled promise, a career that never took off

The former Pakistan opener not only fell in the pit, but also took along his partner in read more

Changed man Irfan ready for fresh start

The last six months felt like six years, admits strapping fast bowler who is back in business read more

Khalid Latif slapped with five-year ban
  • AFP
  • Sep 20, 2017

Former Pakistan opener also fined a million rupees by PCB for his part in PSL spot-fixing read more

Sethi says PCB erred in pricing World XI tickets too high

Chairman explains lack of a full house by pointing at the unavoidable lag caused by stringent security also

Sharjeel banned for five years for PSL spot-fix

Anti-corruption tribunal says they found all charges correct

Afridi set for third T20 stint with Hampshire

Former Pakistan captain’s good showing in the 2017 PSL helped seal the deal, says Giles White, the county’s director of cricket

Sharjeel, Khalid handed spot-fixing evidence
  • AFP
  • Apr 15, 2017

Proof includes witness statements, recorded interviews, match footage and copies of WhatsApp voice messages

Tymal Mills, and the anatomy of success

The T20 specialist has turned a debilitating injury into an opportunity, and is ideally suited to filling Mitchell Starc’s shoes

Khalid Latif to contest PSL spot-fixing charges
  • AFP
  • Mar 31, 2017

Pakistan batsman’s lawyer says “no one can be convicted on presumptions” after meeting tribunal in Lahore

Zero tolerance for corruption, insists Sethi
  • AFP
  • Mar 30, 2017

“We will continue to monitor players' conduct on and off the field,” says PSL chairman

PCB slaps Irfan with one-year ban

Penalty comes after paceman pleads guilty of failing to report two separate bookie approaches

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