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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah View Post
    What's happening tomorrow. WhEn is decision day?
    Crime Agency guy giving his statement

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    Today was an important day regarding Sharjeel's case. Is there any progress?

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    Sharjeel's representative [lawyer?] was on TV saying the result of the case will be concluded in 2 weeks time.

    Might as well lock the thread until then when it's confirmed in 2 weeks, no?
    Last edited by Abdullah719; 13th July 2017 at 21:37.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    Sharjeel's representative [lawyer?] was on GEO saying the result of the case will be concluded in 2 weeks time.

    Might as well lock the thread until then when it's confirmed in 2 weeks, no?
    What about the National Crime Agency statement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketerB94 View Post
    What about the National Crime Agency statement?
    Wouldn't know. I was just told about the spokesperson.


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    Evidence validates PSL match-fixing allegations against Sharjeel, Latif: PCB legal advisor

    Karachi: The PCB legal advisor claimed on Thursday that the evidence given by the National Crime Agency of the United Kingdom has validated the fixing allegations against Pakistani batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif.

    An NCA official gave evidence to the three-man anti- corruption tribunal of the Board via video link from London in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing case.

    The PCB has charged Sharjeel and Khalid with breaching several clauses of the anti-corruption code including meeting with bookmakers and agreeing to spot fix in the PSL.

    Both players have denied the charges and Khalid?s lawyer has said they will file a petition in the Supreme Court against the constitution of the tribunal which is headed by a former judge of the Lahore High Court, Asghar Haider who also worked for the PCB as legal advisor.

    The two players were sent back from the PSL on the second day after being suspended under the anti-corruption code by the PCB. The Board later suspended four other players in the 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.

    "Our case has only become stronger because the statement given by the NCA official only confirms the charges we have made against the two players," Rizvi said.

    He said the board had completed its arguments and submitted all its evidence and documents to the tribunal which has been working since April.

    But Shaigan Ejaz, the lawyer for Sharjeel, told the media that there was nothing new in the statement made by the NCA official and nothing in it went against his client who was innocent.

    He said the board was only delaying and extending the case by filing four applications before the tribunal.

    The Lahore High Court intra-court earlier this week dismissed an appeal filed by Khalid against the appointment of Asghar Haider as head of the tribunal.

    The PCB lawyers are attaching importance to the statement of the NCA official since the UK?s agency also questioned Nasir Jamshed in London after the spot-fixing scandal broke out and released him on bail.

    The Board has been trying to get the former Test opener to come to Pakistan and appear before the tribunal which has not happened as yet since Jamshed?s lawyer says the NCA is yet to release his passport.

    http://zeenews.india.com/cricket/evi...cle-next-story


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    The above post by Abdullah suggests both Sharjeel Khan and Latif are toast after all of this speculation. Oh well, we have Fakhar Zaman

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    The above post by Abdullah suggests both Sharjeel Khan and Latif are toast after all of this speculation. Oh well, we have Fakhar Zaman
    Not really. There's nothing new from either side. PCB's lawyer claims victory for his side, while Sharjeel's lawyer claims otherwise.

    Back to how it was when it all started.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    Not really. There's nothing new from either side. PCB's lawyer claims victory for his side, while Sharjeel's lawyer claims otherwise.

    Back to how it was when it all started.
    Precisely.

    The 'evidence' sounds rather mysterious.


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    Ok so we r now waiting for Friday 28th


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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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