Lahore: Suspended Pakistani cricketers, Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamir will leave on Friday for Dubai to attend a crucial two-day ICC hearing, which would decide their future in international cricket.
Lawyers for the two players, who were suspended by the ICC in September for their alleged involvement in spot-fixing and violating the ICC anti-corruption code, will accompany them for the hearing that will be presided over by Michael Beloff QC.
Pacer Mohammad Asif, who has also been provisionally suspended by the ICC, has withdrawn his appeal against the suspension and would not be attending the hearing.
We leave tomorrow and we have prepared a lot for this hearing that is very important for the two players. We are quietly confident of having the suspensions removed, Aamir's lawyer Shahid Karim said....more
03:02 PM, Oct 29, 2007