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  1. #1
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    Mohammad Irfan accuses Shahzaib Hasan of making spot-fixing offer [Update Post #26]

    Lahore April 11, 2017: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has today issued a Notice of Charge to Nasir Jamshaid for violation of Articles 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code requiring him to respond within 14 days.

    PCB has also referred Shahzaib Hassan’s matter to the Anti-Corruption Tribunal.

    PCB’s investigations with regard to any potential breaches of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code will carry on as PCB continues with its relentless commitment to uproot the menace of corrupt practices from the game of cricket.


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    What's the latest on Sharjeel Khan

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    Nasir Jamshed has released a video - quotes

    "Whatever being said in the media about me is wrong"

    "I am not hiding from anyone, nor have I moved home (to hide)"

    "I have no objections to meet the PCB but all I have requested is that the inquiry that the NCA is conducting in the UK be allowed to finish first"

    "Like the PCB themselves stated that one inquiry should be completed first so they stopped the FIA inquiry"

    "This is also my view that the NCA inquiry should be completed first and as it is PCB officials are in touch with the NCA themselves"

    "My view is that the NCA inquiry should be completed first and then I will meet PCB whenever and wherever they want"
    Last edited by MenInG; 14th April 2017 at 13:23.


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    Nasir Jamshed is gone I think. May even get a prison sentence in UK. Just saw his video

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    I just want Sharjeel Khan back and maybe Shahzaib Hasan, couldn't really care what happens to the other has beens.

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    If they're found guilty, they should [and will] be banned. No use "wanting" said players exempt from any ban or charges.


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    so did shazaib do something bad? whats his matter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    What's the latest on Sharjeel Khan
    That's what I want to know.

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    PRESS RELEASE FROM ANTI CORRUPTION TRIBUNAL


    Lahore April 21, 2017: The Anti-Corruption Tribunal held its preliminary hearing today at the National Cricket Academy, Lahore and the following were in attendance:

    1. Jus. ® Asghar Haider (Chairman)
    2. Lt. Gen. ® Tauqir Zia (Member)
    3. Mr. Wasim Bari (Member)
    4. Mr. Shahzaib Hasan, along with Mr. Barrister Malik Kashif Rajwana, Advocate
    5. Mr. Taffazul Rizvi and Haider Ali Khan, Advocates for PCB
    6. Col. ® Mohammad Azam Khan, Head of PCB’s Vigilance and Security Department

    Shahzaib Hasan cricketer has been charged with breaches of Articles 2.1.4; 2.4.4; and 2.4.5 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code for Participants 2015.

    The Tribunal in consultation with both parties agreed upon the procedure and timelines to be adopted under the Anti-Corruption Code. PCB shall submit its opening brief detailing its claims along with the evidence to be relied on 4th May 2017.

    Shahzaib Hasan shall be provided an opportunity to respond by 18th May 2017 and PCB may, at its discretion, file a rebuttal by 25th May 2017. The Final Hearing shall commence from 1st June 2017 on a day to day basis.

    Since under the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code the proceedings are required to be kept confidential, no further comments will be made by any party on the merits of the case.


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    Pcb has nothing....to prove...time waist

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    Free my bros Sharjeel and Shahzaib, they ain't done nothing wrong Honestly this is all a waste of time. However I somehow think Khalid Latif will get caught for some reason.

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    Nasir Jamshed is to appear before the PCB's Anti-Corruption Tribunal on Friday

    He can either appear via video link or nominate his representative


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    Khalid, Shahzaib adopt contrasting approach towards tribunal

    LAHORE: While cricketer Khalid Latif continued to boycott PCB anti-corruption proceedings, another player Shahzaib Hasan showed trust in the tribunal, which is hearing the spot-fixing case reported at the second edition of the Pakistan Super League.

    Khalid was to appear before the tribunal on Monday but his lawyer had announced on Saturday that his client would not appear before it as they had no trust in it.

    Khalid’s counsel Badar Alam issued a press statement on Monday, saying they were not expecting justice from the tribunal.

    He said all the three members of the tribunal had worked for the PCB in the past and the PCB disciplinary committee should hear the case first.

    Badar further said the tribunal had refused to give him recordings of May 19 hearing in which PCB’s lawyer passed negative remarks about him.

    He alleged that the tribunal had already decided to punish Khalid so they would not appear before it until their demands were met.

    PCB’s attorney Tafazzul Rizvi said the tribunal watched videos of Khalid and noticed that grips of the bat found from his bag were given to him by a bookie.

    He maintained that Khalid first met the bookie on Feb 8 and then on Feb 9.

    Tafazzul said proceedings of the tribunal were moving forward according to the constitution and the case will most probably be decided by next week.

    Meanwhile, Shahzaib’s lawyer Kashif Rajwana said he had submitted the reply from his client to the tribunal.

    It comprised 78 pages and now the PCB, if necessary, would submit its reply on June 1.

    “We trust the tribunal and as the PCB has already ensured us that it will not go beyond the proof it gave to the tribunal, we will not say anything which raises doubts over merit of the case,” the lawyer said.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1334770/kh...wards-tribunal


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    Well done to Shahzaib and his lawyer then.


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    Although I despise Sethi for dragging the lads in such a scandal, I have to admit that Khalid is not doing himself any favors with being this rigid; he's essentially shooting himself in the foot with no point of return.

    On the other hand, Shahzaib's lawyer seems someone who has more than a couple of functioning braincells and this type of cooperation can lead to him given a relaxed verdict. Smart Lad

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    Latif's lawyer is looting him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamza_ View Post
    Latif's lawyer is looting him
    Latif's case seems to be weakest. PCB apparently has solid evidences (including video recordings), what option does a lawyer have other than show mistrust?

    Latif has, in all likeliness, been a major player who ruined Sharjeel's career, alongside his own. Hope he does get a hefty punishment.

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    Shahzaib just have to get clear of one charge against him i.e inducing other players (which is a pretty weak charge against him). If he gets cleared of it then I expect a ban similar to Nawaz.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnykhan View Post
    Shahzaib just have to get clear of one charge against him i.e inducing other players (which is a pretty weak charge against him). If he gets cleared of it then I expect a ban similar to Nawaz.
    His case seems pretty strong. Will get cleared I think. Also he himself looks confident about not being guilty

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnykhan View Post
    Shahzaib just have to get clear of one charge against him i.e inducing other players (which is a pretty weak charge against him). If he gets cleared of it then I expect a ban similar to Nawaz.
    hope so because Pakistan needs him


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    https://dailytimes.com.pk/153514/irf...b-pcbs-behalf/

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is set to present Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Irfan as a witness against Shahzaib Hasan as a part of ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot fixing legal proceedings in which the batsman faces three corruption charges. He was provisionally suspended with immediate effect on March 17 from all forms of cricket for allegedly failing to report a suspect approach in time. Hasan also stands accused of inducing other players into corruption indirectly.

    In the last hearing, the PCB came up with their first witness, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Hasan Raza, and offered Shahzaib Hasan’s lawyer Barrister Malik Kashif Rajwana as well as the tribunal the opportunity to cross-question Raza. “Our next witness will be cricketer Mohammad Irfan subject to his availability,” a PCB spokesman said. “It will be sorted by next week as he is currently busy playing domestic cricket in Karachi. Then Shahzaib’s lawyer will begin his arguments and present his own witnesses,” the PCB spokesman added. Hasan, who was on Karachi Kings’ roster, found himself implicated in a spot-fixing scandal which saw several players banned. Unlike Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, he wasn’t charged until after the PSL season concluded. The date of the next hearing is contingent on Irfan’s availability. It could take place as early as December 8, but in the event that he is unable to be present, it could be pushed back to December 11.


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    LAHORE: Left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Irfan was set to appear as a witness against Shahzaib Hasan before the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) anti-corruption tribunal on Thursday, as part of ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing legal proceedings.
    However, the case hearing was adjourned due to the absence of Shahzaib Hasan’s counsel.

    Shahzaib Hasan was the fifth player to be suspended for spot fixing in the second edition of PSL held earlier this year. The 27-year-old opener, who has represented Pakistan in three one-day internationals and 10 T20 matches, was charged with three violations of the PCB’s anti-corruption code.

    Mohammad Irfan was suspended by the PCB for twelve months after he delayed reporting the corrupt approaches made to him during the PSL; six months of the sentence remain suspended, as he returned to the domestic cricket landscape after serving a six-month ban.
    The 35-year-old pacer has represented Pakistan in 60 ODIs, 20 T20Is, and four Test matches.

    The PCB on Wednesday rejected claims by suspended cricketer Sharjeel Khan, saying it had proven all charges against the opening batsman before a tribunal and an appeal adjudicator.

    Sharjeel, who had been suspended over spot-fixing allegations during PSL, had appealed to Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi earlier this week to ensure justice was served, as he asked for a fair trial and vowed to fight all allegations against him.

    https://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/201...ib-hasan-case/


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    The PCB doesn't do a lot right, but credit to them for staying consistent on pursuing the players who are still fixing at whatever level they can. The penetration of the betting syndicates is choking the game, every board has to clean their own house and let others worry about theirs.


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    Irfan was named by Shahzaib, Irfan now returning the compliment! This is how it works in the world of Pakistan cricket.


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    I wonder if Irfan reached a deal with the PCB i.e. a short sentence and agreeing to testify as a witness against Shahzaib.

    Too bad these players are not the irreplacable legends of the 90's where the PCB might have been tempted and pressurized to cover things up and brush them under the carpet.

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    In a startling revelation, Mohammad Irfan has told the three-man tribunal investigating allegations of corruption during the 2017 Pakistan Super League that Shahzaib Hasan was the one that made him the offer to spot-fix, sources said on Wednesday (December 20).

    Shahzaib, the 27-year-old opening batsman who played 10 Twenty20 Internationals and three One-Day Internationals, has been charged with violating five clauses of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption code, the most serious among them being to lure others to fixing.

    “Irfan appeared before the tribunal and straightforward them it was Shahzaib who offered him money to underperform,” sources told Wisden Pakistan.

    However, Malik Rajwana, Shahzaib’s lawyer, rejected the charge and said Irfan had lied.

    The hearing has since been postponed until January 10 next year as Shahzaib is in London, Taffazul Rizvi, the PCB’s legal counsel, told mediapersons.

    Irfan was himself banned for a year (with six months suspended) and fined Rs 1 million for not reporting an offer to the PCB anti-corruption unit.

    The spot-fixing scandal rocked the PSL earlier this year and resulted in five-year bans for Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, both former Pakistan openers. Sharjeel’s ban includes two-and-a-half years suspended while Khalid was also fined Rs 1 million.

    http://www.wisdenindia.com/cricket-n...g-offer/283440


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    You risk a lot by bringing these things to light (see how Zulq Haider is pilloried & Rashid Latif loved less than Salim Malik or Akram). I'm inclined to believe Irfan.

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