Sharjeel Khan

Khalid Latif 'given bat grips by bookie' to indicate fix

Khalid Latif 'given bat grips by bookie' to indicate fix

  • AFP
  • May 19, 2017

PCB lawyer tells tribunal hearing case that the grips were among the evidence seized from batsman's kit bag read more

PCB slaps Nawaz with short-term ban, fine for not reporting bookie approach during PSL
  • AFP
  • May 17, 2017

Left-arm spinner handed lighter sentence than the others caught in the spot-fixing net because he read more

Nawaz asked to appear before PCB’s anti-corruption body

Notice to the Pakistan allrounder is in relation to “possible breaches of the board’s anti-corruption read more

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

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

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

Losing players to greed disappointing, says Arthur

He was about to become an explosive player for us and it’s sad, says Pakistan coach about Sharjeel Khan

No mercy for fixers, says Sana Mir

Pakistan Women captain praises Misbah-ul-Haq for doing his bit to improve the country’s image

Misbah wants life ban for corrupt players
  • AFP
  • Mar 19, 2017

Seven years of hard work and our image is now spoilt to a great extent, says Pakistan Test captain

Shahzaib Hasan charged in PSL spot-fixing scandal
  • AFP
  • Mar 17, 2017

Karachi Kings batsman becomes fifth player to be suspended as investigation widens

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