Mohd Amir

  • Amir, Butt turn TV pundits for World T20 September 18, 2012

    Karachi: Shamed Pakistan cricket stars Salman Butt and Mohammad Amir, both serving long bans for spot-fixing, have turned television pundits for the World Twenty20 tournament which starts Tuesday. Both have been banned from cricket for at least five years by the sport's governing body for their role in arranging deliberate no-balls...
  • PCB to teach tainted players a lesson June 30, 2012

    Karachi: Legspinner Danish Kaneria's life-ban seems to have shut the door on other tainted Pakistani players who are eyeing a return to the game after the PCB has decided not to show leniency to any player found guilty of corruption. Kaneria has been banned for life by the England and...
  • Amir return would be great, says Dravid March 21, 2012

    London: Disgraced Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir has got some much-needed support from Indian batting great Rahul Dravid, who feels it would be "great" if the youngster manages to make a comeback after serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing. The 19-year-old was recently released from prison after completing half of a six-month...
  • Salman dragged me into spot-fixing: Amir March 20, 2012

    London: Disgraced Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir said Monday that former captain Salman Butt had betrayed their friendship by involving him in the spot-fixing scandal that has seen him banned from cricket and serve time in a British prison. And the talented Amir again apologised to fans in cricket-crazy Pakistan for his...
  • Amir to press for his appeal against ICC ban February 27, 2012

    Lahore: Banned Pakistan pacer Muhammad Amir is expected to file a statement with the Court of Arbitration for Sports for his appeal against the five-year ban, imposed on him by the ICC, to be heard at the earliest. The pacer, who returned to Pakistan Sunday for the first time after serving...
  • Amir admits his Pak future is uncertain February 26, 2012

    Lahore: Pakistan's disgraced pacer Muhammad Amir, who made a quiet return home on Sunday, admitted that he remains uncertain and unsure about his future. Amir, banned and jailed for spot-fixing, avoided speaking to the media on his arrival at Allama Iqbal international airport and also at his home in Defence Housing...