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    The final hearings are set for July 19 and the hearings formally close on July 29th followed by verdict announcement. Source: Cricinfo. Seeing how the case has gone so far, they probably mean 2018

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    LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) lawyer has claimed that problems for cricketer Sharjeel Khan in the spot-fixing case have increased after the statement of an England National Crime Agency (ENCA) official.

    Talking to reporters after attending the PCB Anti-corruption Tribunal hearing on Friday, the counsel added that NCA operations manager Andrew Ephgrave’s statement proved that Sharjeel had not played the two dot balls on merit in the opening match of the second Pakistan Super League.

    He said cross-examining of both the lawyers in Sharjeel’s case had been completed and now they would submit their written replies before the tribunal.

    Meanwhile, Sharjeel’s attorney claimed Ephgrave’s appearance would not make any negative impact on his client’s case.

    He said the ENCA official said during the cross-examining by him that he had been in contact with the PCB for the last five months.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1345332/pr...ims-pcb-lawyer


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    Just clear them and be done with it. I think both of them are likely guilty and I don't want them back in the team, but think it seems pretty clear PCB are struggling with evidence and finding it difficult to convict.

    That said let them if they are cleared part the fitness tests first before rentry for internationals. No double standards for players in terms of fitness,and we aren't exactly desperate to have them back anyway.

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    'Ab bas bhi karo PCB Khuda ke waaste'. Either prove it or if you can't then warn them, penalise them and get out of it.

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    Hope it's in 2017.

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    LAHORE: Hearing of the Sharjeel Khan spot-fixing case is complete and lawyers of both sides will submit their written arguments till July 29 after which verdict of the case will be announced in the next 30 days.

    “Before the tribunal, Sharjeel admitted his involvement in several wrongdoings while playing the second edition of the Pakistan Super League,” claimed PCB counsel on Monday.

    He added that the Board had clear evidence against the cricketer and he could not escape punishment.

    The attorney further said Sharjeel’s lawyer had taken a stand that his client could not inform the PCB about his meeting with a bookie because the meeting took place just five hours before the spot-fixing case erupted while the cricketer had 24 hours to report it to the Board.

    Meanwhile, to a question about another accused cricketer Nasir Jamshed, the lawyer said the cricketer was so far only facing the charge of not cooperating with the tribunal by not appearing before it.

    “Once Nasir appears, the PCB will charge him,” he said.

    The PCB claims Nasir is the main culprit between spot-fixing at PSL 2. He has so far not appeared before the tribunal but he is being interrogated by the England National Crime Agency in London which has reportedly seized his passport.

    Meanwhile, Sharjeel’s counsel expressed hope the decision would come in his client’s favour and he was satisfied with the entire proceedings of the case.

    He claimed that the PCB had failed to prove any allegation on his client.

    The attorney added that all the witnesses of the PCB gave their statements before the tribunal after reading the statement of the head of the PCB Anti-corruption Department, Colonel Azam.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1345968/he...xing-case-over


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    LAHORE: Hearing of the Sharjeel Khan spot-fixing case is complete and lawyers of both sides will submit their written arguments till July 29 after which verdict of the case will be announced in the next 30 days.

    “Before the tribunal, Sharjeel admitted his involvement in several wrongdoings while playing the second edition of the Pakistan Super League,” claimed PCB counsel on Monday.

    He added that the Board had clear evidence against the cricketer and he could not escape punishment.

    The attorney further said Sharjeel’s lawyer had taken a stand that his client could not inform the PCB about his meeting with a bookie because the meeting took place just five hours before the spot-fixing case erupted while the cricketer had 24 hours to report it to the Board.

    Meanwhile, to a question about another accused cricketer Nasir Jamshed, the lawyer said the cricketer was so far only facing the charge of not cooperating with the tribunal by not appearing before it.

    “Once Nasir appears, the PCB will charge him,” he said.

    The PCB claims Nasir is the main culprit between spot-fixing at PSL 2. He has so far not appeared before the tribunal but he is being interrogated by the England National Crime Agency in London which has reportedly seized his passport.

    Meanwhile, Sharjeel’s counsel expressed hope the decision would come in his client’s favour and he was satisfied with the entire proceedings of the case.

    He claimed that the PCB had failed to prove any allegation on his client.

    The attorney added that all the witnesses of the PCB gave their statements before the tribunal after reading the statement of the head of the PCB Anti-corruption Department, Colonel Azam.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1345968/he...xing-case-over
    I now have a feeling they will be found guilty. If so ban all of them for life simple

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    One one side the PCB lawyer claims Sharjeel admitted to "several wrongdoings", and the other [Sharjeel's lawyer] saying the "PCB failed to provide proof of any allegations..."

    I got a feeling he'll be banned, and we'll get the player[s] appealing and taking this to the appeals court.


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    Lawyer foresees Sharjeel’s acquittal in PSL fixing case

    LAHORE: The lawyer for under-probe opener Sharjeel Khan on Saturday said that he foresees his client’s acquittal in the PSL spot fixing case or at the maximum getting a punishment of six months.

    Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Anti-corruption Tribunal headed by retired Justice Asghar Haider has completed hearing verbal statements of both the parties this week and has ordered them to submit their written replies by July 29 after which the verdict will be announced in about one month period.

    Talking to Dawn here on Thursday, Sharjeel’s lawyer Sheghan Ijaz said that he had tried to defend his client’s case in the best possible manner. “Sharjeel is facing five charges in the case which we have defended well and are now upbeat about his acquittal,” maintained Sheghan, adding that the worst possible scenario for his client could be a ban of six months for his failure to report to the PCB about the offer made to him by bookies or by fellow cricketer Khalid Latif.”

    Although lawyer for Sharjeel expressed satisfaction with the proceedings of the case, he did express his reservations over former fast bowler Aaqib Javed’s appearance as witness of the court.

    “I produced three expert witnesses in Mohammad Yousuf, Dean Jones and Sadiq Mohammad who are all batting experts. But Aaqib, appearing as expert witness of the court, has no background as a batsman,” remarked the lawyer.

    “Aaqib recorded his statement before the tribunal without taking the oath since it was taken later which has no legal standing,” said Sheghan, adding that he had taken up the issue before the tribunal and is hoping it would consider the point in its final verdict.

    Sheghan said Manager Operations Andrew Ephgrave of England’s National Crime Agency (NCA) as a witness in the case had not produced any proof against his client in his statement recorded through Skype.

    Sharjeel is faced with the allegations that bookies offered him to play two dots balls in the PSL opening match between Islamabad and Peshawar in Dubai.

    The PCB alleges that the same script was followed in the said match with the names of five cricketers including Khalid Latif, Nasir Jamshed, Shahzaib Hasan, Mohammad Irfan apart from Sharjeel coming to the fore in the scandal.

    Fast bowler Irfan has already confessed that a bookie made contact with him and he failed to inform the PCB well on time.

    “There will be no problem if, like Irfan, who is serving a one-year ban [which could be reduced to six months provided his good conduct], Sharjeel is given the same period of punishment for his failure to report the approach from bookies to PCB,” said Sharjeel’s lawyer.

    When reminded that fast bowler Irfan had confessed to his wrongdoing in the very beginning instead of fighting the case like his client Sharjeel who has contested the charges levelled against him, Sheghan said his client had no other option but to fight the case after the baseless charges.

    Asked if it had not been better if Nasir Jamshed’s case was heard first by the tribunal, considering the fact that the PCB had alleged him as the main accused in the PSL fixing case, Sheghan said his client could not wait for Nasir’s hearing as he has a definite opportunity to revive his cricket career in the future.

    Link: https://www.dawn.com/news/1346998

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    Just a matter of time before sharjeel is back

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    No-one should be counting their chickens. This is the PCB, and even without proof they can still ruin a players career. That being said if either of the players have hard evidence against them they should be banned. Without a shadow of doubt.


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    Can't wait for the final decision now so we're out the way and done with a shameless person like Sharjeel.


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    I hope both of then come out of this unscathed. PCB should be ashamed of themselves for dragging this witch hunt for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    I hope both of then come out of this unscathed. PCB should be ashamed of themselves for dragging this witch hunt for so long.
    The PCB have made errors in their handling of the case, but I am not sure why they are getting all the blame. Indeed, the PCB should be praised for (trying) to take a hardline position on fixing- this should send a message to anyone tempted in the future. Whatever the outcome of the case, Sharjeel et al. brought this on themselves. If the players had reported the approach this would have all been avoided. I am not sure why you are so keen to absolve the players from their mistakes, and would rather apportion all blame on the PCB.

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    Khalid Latif’s counsel writes to tribunal seeking ‘fair chance’

    LAHORE: Suspended cricketer Khalid Latif’s legal counsel has written three fresh applications to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) three-man tribunal seeking a fair opportunity for the player during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing trial, despite missing most of the hearings. The PCB completed its process of arguments, leaving the tribunal to reach a final verdict. Bader Alam, Latif’s lawyer, had already ended his self-imposed boycott against the tribunal on July 11, and now wants to contest the case on merit. While he missed the hearings, the PCB counsel continued with the proceedings and completed their part of arguments by presenting witnesses, depriving Latif and Alam the opportunity of cross examination.

    “It was the tribunal that had cross examination in our absence and that strengthens the PCB and weakens our stance,” Alam said in a video statement. “Although we have given the written statements, we want the video recording of the proceedings to see whether the transcription is accurate or not. So we have written to the tribunal to allow us the opportunity to cross examine all five witnesses involved. We have also asked the tribunal if the statements recorded were after a proper oath or otherwise. With all our applications, we have urged the tribunal to set a date allowing us a fair chance to present our case.” Latif is facing six corruption charges and, along with Alam, has been against the composition of the three-man tribunal. The case for Shahzaib Hasan, who is provisionally suspended, was adjourned until August 16 due to the unavailability of PCB’s lawyer.

    http://dailytimes.com.pk/sports/28-J...ng-fair-chance


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    this case has been a bigger farce than panama

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    Is this ever even going to have an end? Why is it being dragged???

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    Given it was a self-imposed boycott I see no reason why the tribunal should entertain this application.

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    Sharjeel khan and pcb lawyers filed final arguments with Tribunal.Future of sharjeel khan will announce in three weeks.

    Sharjeel Khan's lawyer submits final reply to PCB.
    "Not denying meeting with bookie but spot fixing accusation is not true"

    PCB requested Tribunal to impose life ban on Khalid latif and sharjeel khan.

    Khalid latif and Sharjeel Khan hearing is finished,Pcb Tribunal will announce his Verdict in 30 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadida97 View Post
    Sharjeel khan and pcb lawyers filed final arguments with Tribunal.Future of sharjeel khan will announce in three weeks.

    Sharjeel Khan's lawyer submits final reply to PCB.
    "Not denying meeting with bookie but spot fixing accusation is not true"

    PCB requested Tribunal to impose life ban on Khalid latif and sharjeel khan.

    Khalid latif and Sharjeel Khan hearing is finished,Pcb Tribunal will announce his Verdict in 30 days.
    Which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    Which one?
    not sure, but I think their (sharjeel and latif) verdicts would be announced end of august.

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    Hopefully the outcome is soon and Pakistan cricket can move on from this regardless of the outcome.

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    The only reason I can see why Sharjeel's lawyer would admit openly and without hesitation that he met the bookie is because they're going by the same story they did before - Both Sharjeel and Latif didn't know beforehand who the person they met was.

    That in itself should mean a ban. Might be 6 months, might be 12 months+.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    The only reason I can see why Sharjeel's lawyer would admit openly and without hesitation that he met the bookie is because they're going by the same story they did before - Both Sharjeel and Latif didn't know beforehand who the person they met was.

    That in itself should mean a ban. Might be 6 months, might be 12 months+.
    Yes but they have already been suspended for 6 months now more or less and have missed a lot. They both missed PSL and Champions Trophy, ok Latif wasn't in our ODI team anyway but Sharjeel was one of our main players so if they are cleared of actually fixing (not confident of that anymore tbh) they may be able to resume straight away as they have missed so much, whereas Nawaz and Irfan case was very short

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    75 percent sure that they will be banned for life.

    or the least by 5 years which is almost like life ban.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoUgandaCranes View Post
    75 percent sure that they will be banned for life.

    or the least by 5 years which is almost like life ban.
    I agree. Most of PP felt they may get cleared due to lack of evidence but in the last couple of weeks statements have been made suggesting there is evidence against him now and I don't think they will be back. Oh well, we have Fakhar Zaman who is like for like replacement for Sharjeel

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    Tbf, the evidence against them hasn't been any different to what we already knew by statements made before. All the players lawyers have admitted is they've met the bookie in question.

    Also Aqib Javed also stated no evidence was shown to him, but was more the PCB's word over what happened.

    Who knows though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    I agree. Most of PP felt they may get cleared due to lack of evidence but in the last couple of weeks statements have been made suggesting there is evidence against him now and I don't think they will be back. Oh well, we have Fakhar Zaman who is like for like replacement for Sharjeel
    Please enlighten us all with this evidence. I don't see anything new reported in the media regarding this case. It has dragged on for this long because PCB's lawyer is an incompetent joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Please enlighten us all with this evidence. I don't see anything new reported in the media regarding this case. It has dragged on for this long because PCB's lawyer is an incompetent joke.
    Kind of agree with this lol, the more the case is being dragged out it seems clear they don't have enough evidence.

    The evidence PCB have I feel is meeting with the bookie. It is pretty unlikely players will go to meet with a bookie without knowing who he is/no intention of fixing, I mean who goes and meets with a random person like that lol. Especially all the warnings they've been given.

    PCB just can't prove otherwise. I'm not sure it's their fault, it's difficult to prove. The best way to really do it is catch them in the act like the trio. Which isn't the PCB's fault, guess they were worried about the integrity of the PSL so didn't want them to go fixing a couple of matches (or for all of them to go through with the act). 2 dot balls with the bat is very hard to prove, basically impossible to determine whether was intentional or not.

    The way this has gone on, slow admission of meeting the bookies, in khalid's case missing hearings, it does seem to me they're guilty, they're trying to highlight PCB's lack of evidence rather being forthright of having no involvement at all. It's quite similar to the behaviour of the trio when they were trying to get off.

    I see them settling for a 6/12 month ban. The accused players get off extremely lightly, and PCB saves a little face. PCB look daft with their statements and media release which they won't like, but a short ban will offset that somewhat. And if PCB drag it on, they will make it look more like a farce and waste money and resources.

    Hopefully PCB has something up their sleeve apart from the witness if these two are indeed guilty, but I sincerely doubt it.
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    PCB is pressurising the tribunal to give Sharjeel and co life ban. I think the motive behind this is because they know they screwed up with their big mouths to the media and it would give them a bad publicity if they were found to be not guilty of any kind of fixing.

    They will pay them off to see these players banned for life and if so would be a great tragedy for Pakistan cricket if we don't see the return of Sharjeel.
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    Latif, Sharjeel likely to face life ban

    LAHORE: Pakistan opening batsmen, Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif are likely to be banned for life for their alleged involvement in the spot fixing scandal that rocked the Pakistan Super League earlier this year in Dubai.

    "We have requested the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Tribunal probing into the spot fixing scandal to impose a life ban on them (Sharjeel and Khalid) ", the sources in the PCB's legal department said while talking to APP here on Monday.

    They were optimistic that justice will be done with both the cricketers and they will be fined heavily besides getting life ban for bringing the game into disrepute and lowering the country's image.

    Sharjeel and Khalid were sent home after the first match of the PSL after they were accused of spot fixing in the mega event.

    "In the case of Sharjeel concluding written arguments have been submitted to the tribunal ", they said adding " As far as PCB laywers are concerned we have completed the case and now it is upto the tribunal to announce the verdict and we are expecting that verdict will come shortly ".

    They said Khalid initially boycotted the proceedings of the case and now he wants the whole process to be done again and his conduct and attitude were quite ridiculous during the case. "We hope that the tribunal will announce the verdict soon as there is nothing left to be further done in the case ", they added.



    Source:http://www.brecorder.com/2017/07/31/...face-life-ban/


    Nice way to ruin your career
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    so sharjeel gave done bigger crime than spot fixing trio? they are going to ban for fixing in that joke of a league for whole life, but these incompetent administrators in pcb gonna pak team suffer. Even at worst he deserves one year ban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdulm123 View Post
    LAHORE: Pakistan opening batsmen, Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif are likely to be banned for life for their alleged involvement in the spot fixing scandal that rocked the Pakistan Super League earlier this year in Dubai.

    "We have requested the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Tribunal probing into the spot fixing scandal to impose a life ban on them (Sharjeel and Khalid) ", the sources in the PCB's legal department said while talking to APP here on Monday.

    They were optimistic that justice will be done with both the cricketers and they will be fined heavily besides getting life ban for bringing the game into disrepute and lowering the country's image.

    Sharjeel and Khalid were sent home after the first match of the PSL after they were accused of spot fixing in the mega event.

    "In the case of Sharjeel concluding written arguments have been submitted to the tribunal ", they said adding " As far as PCB laywers are concerned we have completed the case and now it is upto the tribunal to announce the verdict and we are expecting that verdict will come shortly ".

    They said Khalid initially boycotted the proceedings of the case and now he wants the whole process to be done again and his conduct and attitude were quite ridiculous during the case. "We hope that the tribunal will announce the verdict soon as there is nothing left to be further done in the case ", they added.



    Source:http://www.brecorder.com/2017/07/31/...face-life-ban/


    Nice way to ruin your career
    That's just a rehash of what's already been posted. It's basically stating The PCB want the players to be banned for life, not they will be [not yet anyway].

    Don't get duped by clickbait titles, and read the story too.
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    WHERE IS THE PROOF????
    I am yet to see any proof PCB. All loud noises and nothing else. When is the final hearing/decision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeshan547 View Post
    so sharjeel gave done bigger crime than spot fixing trio? they are going to ban for fixing in that joke of a league for whole life, but these incompetent administrators in pcb gonna pak team suffer. Even at worst he deserves one year ban.
    So we should blame the administrators for trying to stamp out fixing?

    At the very least, the players voluntarily met with a bookie- why aren't you criticising them for doing so? It's the players involved who risked making the team suffer, yet you would rather criticise the PCB.

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    Good.

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    I was talking about khan and latif ruining their own careers, the pcb are doing the right thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedzee View Post
    WHERE IS THE PROOF????
    I am yet to see any proof PCB. All loud noises and nothing else. When is the final hearing/decision?
    that proof may never see the daylight even if sharjeel get a life ban for that supposed proof, thats how things work here.


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    PRESS RELEASE FROM THE REGISTRAR OF THE ANTI CORRUPTION TRIBUNAL

    1st August 2017, Lahore:- In relation to the proceedings brought by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) against Khalid Latif (the ”Participant”) pending before The Anti-Corruption Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) it had been agreed with the consent of both parties that written arguments would be submitted respectively by PCB and the Participant by 26th July 2017.

    On 26th July 2017 PCB submitted its written arguments whereas the Participant, through courier, submitted 04 miscellaneous Applications to the following effect:

    a) Application for supply of video recording of evidence of PCB’s witnesses;

    b) Application for supply of attested copies of documents produced by PCB’s witnesses and copy of written arguments of PCB;

    c) Application for recalling of PCB Witnesses for cross examination; and

    d) Application for adjournment of proceedings till disposal of the miscellaneous Applications.

    The Anti-Corruption Tribunal has after deliberations decided all 04 Applications through a detailed written order which has been couriered to both PCB and the Participant.

    The Application for supply of video recording of evidence of PCB’s witnesses has been dismissed with an observation that the same seems to have been filed with an attempt to delay the Tribunals’ proceedings. A similar Application requesting video recordings of the Tribunal’s proceedings was also made earlier by the Participant and rejected by the Tribunal for not being in consonance with the Anti–Corruption Code.

    The second Application for supply of attested copies of documents produced by PCB’s witnesses and copy of PCB’s written arguments has been allowed by the Tribunal in the interest of justice and the required documents have been couriered to the Participant.

    The third Application for recalling of PCB Witnesses for cross examination has been dismissed due to the failure of the Participant to point out any provision of the Anti-Corruption Code which allows such recalling. The Tribunal noted that the Participant voluntarily and willfully chose not to cross examine the PCB witnesses, electing instead to boycott the proceedings despite being aware of the fact that PCB witnesses were in the process of adducing evidence.

    The fourth Application for adjournment of proceedings till disposal of the miscellaneous Applications was allowed. With the disposal of all pending Applications the Tribunal has been pleased to direct the Participant to file final written arguments by 9th August 2017 failing which the matter will be decided on the basis of material already available on record, without granting any further adjournment within 30 days as mandated by the Code for Participants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    PRESS RELEASE FROM THE REGISTRAR OF THE ANTI CORRUPTION TRIBUNAL





    1st August 2017, Lahore:- In relation to the proceedings brought by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) against Khalid Latif (the ”Participant”) pending before The Anti-Corruption Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) it had been agreed with the consent of both parties that written arguments would be submitted respectively by PCB and the Participant by 26th July 2017.



    On 26th July 2017 PCB submitted its written arguments whereas the Participant, through courier, submitted 04 miscellaneous Applications to the following effect:



    a) Application for supply of video recording of evidence of PCB’s witnesses;

    b) Application for supply of attested copies of documents produced by PCB’s witnesses and copy of written arguments of PCB;

    c) Application for recalling of PCB Witnesses for cross examination; and

    d) Application for adjournment of proceedings till disposal of the miscellaneous Applications.

    The Anti-Corruption Tribunal has after deliberations decided all 04 Applications through a detailed written order which has been couriered to both PCB and the Participant.

    The Application for supply of video recording of evidence of PCB’s witnesses has been dismissed with an observation that the same seems to have been filed with an attempt to delay the Tribunals’ proceedings. A similar Application requesting video recordings of the Tribunal’s proceedings was also made earlier by the Participant and rejected by the Tribunal for not being in consonance with the Anti–Corruption Code.



    The second Application for supply of attested copies of documents produced by PCB’s witnesses and copy of PCB’s written arguments has been allowed by the Tribunal in the interest of justice and the required documents have been couriered to the Participant.



    The third Application for recalling of PCB Witnesses for cross examination has been dismissed due to the failure of the Participant to point out any provision of the Anti-Corruption Code which allows such recalling. The Tribunal noted that the Participant voluntarily and willfully chose not to cross examine the PCB witnesses, electing instead to boycott the proceedings despite being aware of the fact that PCB witnesses were in the process of adducing evidence.



    The fourth Application for adjournment of proceedings till disposal of the miscellaneous Applications was allowed. With the disposal of all pending Applications the Tribunal has been pleased to direct the Participant to file final written arguments by 9th August 2017 failing which the matter will be decided on the basis of material already available on record, without granting any further adjournment within 30 days as mandated by the Code for Participants.
    The answers to b), c) and d) seems more than satisfactory and in line with a logical train of thought however can someone please explain to me why, asking of testimonial video recordings done by the accused is not a valid request ?? I mean isn't it a defendant's right to be provided complete and unbiased transparency of the resources that the latter is being used to convict ??

    Can anyone with a good legal understanding explain this to me ??

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    As has been stated before, this just seems like a money-grabbing exercise by those sitting on the judicial committee, as the financial dealings were posted last week online.

    This is a farce. If they have actual proof, provide it. If not then there will inevitably be cases going to the supreme court/court of arbitration.


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    http://www.dnaindia.com/cricket/repo...-latif-2520090

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is seeking life bans on Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif for their alleged role in spot-fixing during the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Dubai.

    PCB legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi said the Board was taking all corruption and fixing issues as zero tolerance and no leniency would be shown to any player found guilty. "Yes, we are pushing the tribunal to impose a life ban on both the players. We have given enough compelling evidence against them and about their involvement in the spot-fixing case, Rizvi said. The tribunal headed by a retired Lahore High Court judge is expected to give its verdict on Sharjeel Khan later this month. It has also directed the lawyer for Khalid to submit a final written submission by August 9.

    The tribunal has rejected two of the four miscellaneous applications submitted by the legal counsel for Latif. The tribunal said in a press release that if Latif s counsel was not able to submit a final reply until August 9, then "the matter will be decided on the basis of material already available on record, without granting any further adjournment within 30 days as mandated by the Code for Participants." The two batsmen who were sent back from Dubai during the second edition of the PSL from Dubai after being suspended under the anti-corruption code are accused of meeting with bookmakers and agreeing to spot fix in the matches.

    The Board also suspended four other players in the PSL case including left-arm pacer, Muhammad Irfan who is serving a 12-month ban after admitting to not reporting approaches by bookmakers, Muhammad Nawaz (who completed a two-month ban last week for the same offense), Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    http://www.dnaindia.com/cricket/repo...-latif-2520090

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is seeking life bans on Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif for their alleged role in spot-fixing during the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Dubai.

    PCB legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi said the Board was taking all corruption and fixing issues as zero tolerance and no leniency would be shown to any player found guilty. "Yes, we are pushing the tribunal to impose a life ban on both the players. We have given enough compelling evidence against them and about their involvement in the spot-fixing case, Rizvi said. The tribunal headed by a retired Lahore High Court judge is expected to give its verdict on Sharjeel Khan later this month. It has also directed the lawyer for Khalid to submit a final written submission by August 9.

    The tribunal has rejected two of the four miscellaneous applications submitted by the legal counsel for Latif. The tribunal said in a press release that if Latif s counsel was not able to submit a final reply until August 9, then "the matter will be decided on the basis of material already available on record, without granting any further adjournment within 30 days as mandated by the Code for Participants." The two batsmen who were sent back from Dubai during the second edition of the PSL from Dubai after being suspended under the anti-corruption code are accused of meeting with bookmakers and agreeing to spot fix in the matches.

    The Board also suspended four other players in the PSL case including left-arm pacer, Muhammad Irfan who is serving a 12-month ban after admitting to not reporting approaches by bookmakers, Muhammad Nawaz (who completed a two-month ban last week for the same offense), Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed.
    MIG, there's an article a few posts back with the same story already posted.

    Nothing in the story but repetitive remarks.


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    Me thinks harsh, if true - life banning players for a T20 league, when they don't have concrete evidence of players deliberately taking money and then fulfilling the commitment. For a cricketer, it's article 302, on his career - don't think they had enough evidence for that; this case'll run for long if so, on player's appeal (& PCB's expenses for related administrative costs).

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    They'll appeal, no doubt about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MMHS View Post
    Me thinks harsh, if true - life banning players for a T20 league, when they don't have concrete evidence of players deliberately taking money and then fulfilling the commitment. For a cricketer, it's article 302, on his career - don't think they had enough evidence for that; this case'll run for long if so, on player's appeal (& PCB's expenses for related administrative costs).
    Would've got 5 years if confessed to fixing.

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    I hope now people on PP can finally let go of the fantasy of seeing Sharjeel back in the team.

    Personally, I don't even care if it was a minute offence of spot-fixing. I hope these two get banned for life. Knowing everything that Pakistan cricket had to go through after 2010 they still had the audacity to do something like this. It shows they don't respect Pakistan cricket or everything Pakistan cricket has been through in the last 6 years. And that is even worse than being cheating in my opinion.


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    This court is formed by PCB and judgement will be delivered by Judge on favor of PCB. There is no concrete proof of spot fixing and yet they are openly calling for life ban for a Micky mouse league.
    Highest punishment should be hefty fine and ban in PSL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    This court is formed by PCB and judgement will be delivered by Judge on favor of PCB. There is no concrete proof of spot fixing and yet they are openly calling for life ban for a Micky mouse league.
    Highest punishment should be hefty fine and ban in PSL.
    So you are questioning the integrity of the panel on what basis? Also, have you seen the evidence to make this assessment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    So you are questioning the integrity of the panel on what basis? Also, have you seen the evidence to make this assessment?
    How come PCB is so confident of life ban if they don't already know the outcome. Is Sethi any better? Wasting millions of dollars doing nothing.
    And how can you give life ban to players based on in sufficient evidence in a local T20 match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    How come PCB is so confident of life ban if they don't already know the outcome. Is Sethi any better? Wasting millions of dollars doing nothing.
    And how can you give life ban to players based on in sufficient evidence in a local T20 match.
    Oh please- It's what lawyers are paid to do. Obviously the PCB lawyer will say he has the stronger case. In the same way Sharjeel's lawyer said that he will be cleared or at worst be given a six month sentence. I don't see you raising any issue with what Sharjeel's lawyer said- why is that?

    Again, have you seen the evidence? How have you already decided what the punishment should be when you haven't heard the submissions or seen the evidence? How about we wait until they make a decision and if and when they publish the judgment we can then discuss the rights and wrongs of the decision.

    Also, it wasn't just a local t20 match- do you know how much the PSL contributes to the PCB's coffers? Do you know how much it contributes to the development of Pakistan cricket? If players choose to risk such a prized asset for their own personal greed, who is to blame? In any case, the ramifications of a spot fixing scandal go well beyond the PSL- a zero tolerance approach at all levels will ensure players get the message.
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    Too much huffing and puffing from PCB. No life ban will come out of this.

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    Latif decides to take his spot-fixing case to Supreme Court

    Pakistan's suspended batsman, Khalid Latif has decided to take his spot-fixing case to the Supreme Court instead of waiting for a final verdict from the three- member anti-corruption tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

    His lawyer, Badar Alam confirmed that in next few days he will be filing a petition in the Supreme court on behalf of his client against the legality and working of the tribunal and PCB.

    "We will go to the Supreme Court in few days and will not be responding to the August 9th deadline given to us by the tribunal to submit our final submission in the case," he said.

    Latif is charged with six counts of breaching the PCB's anti-corruption code and has since the tribunal started its hearings constantly challenged the legality of the tribunal.

    "They are making a mockery of the laws and regulations and they have not even given us a fair chance to fight our case. We have even been abused and harassed in the tribunal hearings," Alam said.

    Asked about who had abused him, he said he wouldn't take names but anyone could look at the video recordings of the May 19th proceedings of the tribunal and see for themselves what had happened.

    Latif and his Pakistan and Islamabad United franchise teammate, Sharjeel Khan were first suspended and sent back to Pakistan from the second Pakistan Super League in February on charges of spot-fixing.

    Later the PCB also suspended four other players, Shahzaib Hasan, Nasir Jamshed, Muhammad Irfan and Muhammad Nawaz in the case.

    While Sharjeel and his lawyer appeared before the tribunal in all the hearings and the tribunal is set to give its final verdict on Sharjeel this month, in contrast, Latif has since the start questioned the authority of the PCB Chairman to appoint an anti-corruption tribunal.

    He has also raised questions over the members of the tribunal noting they had all been associated with the PCB in the past in some capacity or the other.

    The tribunal headed by a former Lahore High Court judge has given Latif until August 9 to submit his final submissions so that it can announce a verdict by September 9th on his case.

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    Told ya...

    This is going to be a long process without actual proof by the PCB. They'll need evidence and not only their side of the story.

    I did think Latif and co would wait until the final result though. Maybe he heard something beforehand.

    September 9th...

    Why is the date getting further away as the days get closer


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    PCB came out guns blazing with empty claims providing no evidence while Sharjeel's camp kept their nerve and dismissed these jokers quite easily. Now, with their egos hurt, they're scrambling for anyone or anything to go against him. Even if Sharjeel wins this case, unlikely he comes back, maybe if he buys each one of these rotten scoundrels a car each and personal cricketing sessions with their kids and nephews.


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    I'm not exactly sure how some posters think this latest news reflects badly on the PCB to be honest- it's got nothing to do with them! Look at the facts and this is what you will see:

    Latif boycotted the proceedings until they were drawing to a close only to then apply for proceedings to restart from the beginning. This was rejected by the tribunal because they viewed it as a pretty obvious attempt to delay proceedings. So it was Latif, not the tribunal, who sought to delay matters, and it was the tribunal who rejected the application (so much for the tribunal members extending proceedings simply because they wanted to earn more money!) Had the parties just got on with it this would have ended a lot sooner.

    The fact Latif has now gone back to boycotting proceedings and has even instructed his lawyer to challenge the tribunal's standing at the SC, even before the tribunal has reached its decision, is a sign of desperation from Khalid Latif. Very strange behaviour- draw your own conclusions...

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    Meanwhile at The Indian Express:

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    What


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    Passing a judgment on Panamagate was easier than coming out with a ruling on these three.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    PCB came out guns blazing with empty claims providing no evidence while Sharjeel's camp kept their nerve and dismissed these jokers quite easily. Now, with their egos hurt, they're scrambling for anyone or anything to go against him. Even if Sharjeel wins this case, unlikely he comes back, maybe if he buys each one of these rotten scoundrels a car each and personal cricketing sessions with their kids and nephews.
    So what do you make out on Khalid Latif?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamza_ View Post
    So what do you make out on Khalid Latif?
    Don't know. Haven't read much of his case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Meanwhile at The Indian Express:

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    I don't quite follow......were they trying to say Khalid Latif ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    I don't quite follow......were they trying to say Khalid Latif ??
    Looks like they got Rashid and Khalid mixed up, but it's bizarre that they corrected it in the introduction but left Rashid in the headline.


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    PCB tribunal gives Khalid more time to file final written arguments

    LAHORE: A three-member Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) anti-corruption tribunal, adjudicating upon the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case, has given suspended Khalid Latif an extension to file a final written reply on the request of player’s counsel, Babar Alam.

    On August 1, Latif had been ordered by the tribunal to file a reply by August 9, but failed to do so and he has now been directed to file the final written arguments by August 22.

    Alam asked for an extension as he is planning to appeal against the Lahore High Court’s dismissal of the petitions against the tribunal before the Supreme Court. Latif had challenged the formation of the tribunal in petitions before the Lahore High Court, but these were dismissed on both occasions.

    Latif and his lawyer Badar had been boycotting proceedings, which had affected the progress of the case since it began in May.

    “The tribunal has carefully perused the email and is of the considered opinion that in the last order dated August 1, 2017, Mr. Khalid was directed to file final written arguments by August 9, 2017,” the PCB media department said in a statement on behalf of the tribunal. “This direction has not been complied with. We therefore are left with no option but to proceed under the PCB Code for the Participants and Reserve the Judgment for Announcement within 30 days as of today. “However, in the interest of justice, equity and fair play, we permit the participant, Mr Khalid to file, final written arguments as expeditiously as possible, but not later than August 22 , 2017, in case, the needful is not done within the stipulated time, the tribunal will announce judgement in terms of the record available.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.A.Z View Post
    LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) lawyer has claimed that problems for cricketer Sharjeel Khan in the spot-fixing case have increased after the statement of an England National Crime Agency (ENCA) official.

    Talking to reporters after attending the PCB Anti-corruption Tribunal hearing on Friday, the counsel added that NCA operations manager Andrew Ephgrave’s statement proved that Sharjeel had not played the two dot balls on merit in the opening match of the second Pakistan Super League.

    He said cross-examining of both the lawyers in Sharjeel’s case had been completed and now they would submit their written replies before the tribunal.

    Meanwhile, Sharjeel’s attorney claimed Ephgrave’s appearance would not make any negative impact on his client’s case.

    He said the ENCA official said during the cross-examining by him that he had been in contact with the PCB for the last five months.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1345332/pr...ims-pcb-lawyer
    This is the ultimate height of hypocrisy by the PCB. On one side PCB have incorporated the proven spot fixers into the national and domestic teams and on the other hand they are pushing for the life ban on the others. I'm no politician and don't want to politicise anything but I can sense a regional bias here. Salman butt, as a national cricket team captain, committed spot fixing is now being rewarded for his actions by getting the captaincy of one regional team. Mohammad Irfan only receives a six month or probably a year's ban. Same with Mohammad Nawaz. Don't even want go on about Mohammad Amir. Why do the players from up north are being treated differently from the players down the South. It's ridiculous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrez Pakistani View Post
    This is the ultimate height of hypocrisy by the PCB. On one side PCB have incorporated the proven spot fixers into the national and domestic teams and on the other hand they are pushing for the life ban on the others. I'm no politician and don't want to politicise anything but I can sense a regional bias here. Salman butt, as a national cricket team captain, committed spot fixing is now being rewarded for his actions by getting the captaincy of one regional team. Mohammad Irfan only receives a six month or probably a year's ban. Same with Mohammad Nawaz. Don't even want go on about Mohammad Amir. Why do the players from up north are being treated differently from the players down the South. It's ridiculous!
    What are you babbling on about? This case against Sharjeel and Latif is harsh as PCB has no evidence but Amir, Butt were jailed, banned and they served their punishment. How on earth is it hypocrisy on PCB's end?

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    This is never gonna end

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    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Anti-corruption Tribunal probing the spot-fixing charges on several Pakistani cricketers did not consider the applications submitted by two players, Khalid Latif and Shahzaib Hasan, who had requested to defer their suspension for the time being on their playing cricket.

    PCB’s lawyer Taffazul Rizvi told media on Tuesday that the tribunal while not considering the applications, forwarded to its office without any action.

    Taffazul said the tribunal could consider the applications if the petitioners would ask for it again. But in that case, the lawyer said he would also have the right to raise objections against hearing those petitions.

    Taffazul avoided replying when he was asked if those petitions were not the tactics used by Khalid to delay the hearing process.

    He said the verdict on Sharjeel, another accused cricketer of the case, would be announced by Aug 26.

    The fourth accused player is long-discarded Pakistan opening batsman Nasir Jamshed who is also facing the allegation of spot-fixing reported in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) earlier this year.

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    Looks like Sharjeel has given up on cricket and looking for a new career.

    https://www.express.pk/story/909421/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketerB94 View Post
    Looks like Sharjeel has given up on cricket and looking for a new career.

    https://www.express.pk/story/909421/


    Does he have potential @shaz619?


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    Looks like Sharjeel has had enough of being blackmailed by bookies and is preparing to take them down


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post


    Does he have potential @shaz619?
    Don't know about boxing potential. But looking at his fitness, probably his cricket potential has also gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post


    Does he have potential @shaz619?
    Tune up opponent for Khan's next fight


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    What a waste of talent.

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    At this point, does anyone even know what's going on anymore? This whole tribunal and the charges preceding it have been a total waste of time. PCB claims to have strong evidence, if so why not share it with the public? Sorry to say, but even if they are guilty, this tribunal and the PCB have no credibility with the way they handled this issue. Things have been allowed to drag too long without any information of what the evidence are and what the case against the accused are.

    Sad way to waste talents. If there's a conspiracy to bring the game to a disrupte, it's most certainly coming from the PCB.
    Last edited by chinaman00; 19th August 2017 at 03:43.

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    So he will be ban for life for a local league match (spot fixing). Its really unjust to say if Amir (I am his die hard fan) can get 5 years ban for international match (Also too much for just mere 2 no balls) why Sharjeel should get harsh punishment, where there is no strong evidence against him. PCB is just pathetic!!!!!
    Last edited by Shafi; 19th August 2017 at 08:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    So he will be ban for life for a local league match (spot fixing). Its really unjust to say if Amir (I am his die hard fan) can get 5 years ban for international match (Also too much for just mere 2 no balls) why Sharjeel should get harsh punishment, where there is no strong evidence against him. PCB is just pathetic!!!!!
    there was continuous anti corruption program after 2011 spot fixing in the domestic cricket so it is

    not that he is not aware of a such a thing and he should have been more careful instead of getting greedy

    and amir have serverd a 5 year ban for his spot fixing so he was punished according to british law

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post


    Does he have potential @shaz619?
    He makes Umar Akmal look like a prizefighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    So he will be ban for life for a local league match (spot fixing). Its really unjust to say if Amir (I am his die hard fan) can get 5 years ban for international match (Also too much for just mere 2 no balls) why Sharjeel should get harsh punishment, where there is no strong evidence against him. PCB is just pathetic!!!!!
    Amir's spot fixing saga was the first after a long time. The spot fixing saga was a catalyst for anti - corruption. For Sharjeel etc to do this after all of the drama with Amir he must be stupid to think he would get away with it (if he is guilty) . Just like 9/11 was what led to increased security checks at places like airports etc, the no ball spot fixing scandal has increased anti corruption groups etc. I hope they all do get a life ban if they are guilty

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Anti-corruption Tribunal probing the spot-fixing charges on several Pakistani cricketers did not consider the applications submitted by two players, Khalid Latif and Shahzaib Hasan, who had requested to defer their suspension for the time being on their playing cricket.

    PCB’s lawyer Taffazul Rizvi told media on Tuesday that the tribunal while not considering the applications, forwarded to its office without any action.

    Taffazul said the tribunal could consider the applications if the petitioners would ask for it again. But in that case, the lawyer said he would also have the right to raise objections against hearing those petitions.

    Taffazul avoided replying when he was asked if those petitions were not the tactics used by Khalid to delay the hearing

    He said the verdict on Sharjeel, another accused cricketer of the case, would be announced by Aug 26.

    The fourth accused player is long-discarded Pakistan opening batsman Nasir Jamshed who is also facing the allegation of spot-fixing reported in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) earlier this year.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1351775/sp...s-applications

    August 26: Sharjeels verdict announcement has been deferred to september 30

    September 30: Sharjeels verdict annoucement has been deferred to october 30

    2030: Sharjeels verdict has been announced

    This is exactly what the pcb is, They take forever to close out cases like this that should be closed out the first month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdulm123 View Post
    August 26: Sharjeels verdict announcement has been deferred to september 30

    September 30: Sharjeels verdict annoucement has been deferred to october 30

    2030: Sharjeels verdict has been announced

    This is exactly what the pcb is, They take forever to close out cases like this that should be closed out the first month
    You know the 26th is tomorrow right?

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