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    Nasir Jamshed denies conspiring to offer bribes to cricket players in the Pakistan Super League

    A former international cricketer and two other men have denied conspiring to offer bribes to cricket players in the Pakistan Super League.

    Nasir Jamshed, an ex-opening batsman for Pakistan, Yousef Anwar and Mohammed Ijaz were arrested after an inquiry into alleged spot-fixing by the National Crime Agency.

    The offences are said to have taken place between late 2016 and early 2017.

    All three defendants entered not guilty pleas at Manchester Crown Court.

    Mr Jamshed, 32, of High Street, Walsall, played 48 one-day internationals for Pakistan and made two Test appearances between 2008 and 2015.

    Mr Anwar, 35, of Littlebrook Avenue, Slough, and Mr Ijaz, 33, of Chippingham Road, Sheffield, are also accused of conspiring to bribe Bangladesh Premier League players in late 2016.

    A trial, estimated to last up to three weeks, will take place at the same court on 2 December.

    The men were granted unconditional bail.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-47283422


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    Hmm, so is this why he refused to cooperate with the PCB? Guilty men run away, people with nothing to hide dont

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    So Nasir Jamshed is 32 not 29.

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    Reports suggest that LHC has asked for the ECL ban to be lifted off Nasir but confusing as he's not in the country!


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    Lahore High Court orders to remove Nasir Jamshed’s name from ECL

    The Lahore High Court has ordered the authorities to remove name of former Pakistan batsman Nasir Jameshed from Exit Control List (ECL).

    The Pakistan cricket board (PCB) had banned Jamshed for ten years for his part in the spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan Super League in 2017.

    Deputy Attorney General informed the court that Jamshed was named in ECL on (Federal Investigation Agency) FIA’s recommendation.

    While Jamshed’s lawyer Ali Raza remained adamant that his client’s name had been unlawfully included in the ECL. “It was illegal to put Nasir’s name in ECL, FIA and Interior ministry had no right to do so,” Jamshed’s lawyer said.

    However, after hearing the standpoint, the court ordered to withdraw Nasir Jamshed’s name from the ECL.

    The Lahore born cricketer have played 48 one-day internationals and two tests, he was suspended from all forms of cricket for violating the PCB’s anti-corruption code.

    https://arysports.tv/lahore-high-cou...heds-name-ecl/


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    How about demanding his extradition and getting more names from him? Time to get to the bottom of the whole fixing gang and root them out for good

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    Former international opening batsman Nasir Jamshed, 33, is accused of being part of a spot-fixing ring in the Pakistan Super League.

    Jamshed, of High Street, Walsall, pleaded not guilty to conspiring to offer bribes to professional cricket players at Manchester Crown Court today.

    Two other men admitted the same charge.

    Yousef Anwar, 36, and Mohammed Ijaz, 34, were arrested last February as part of an investigation by the National Crime Agency into alleged spot-fixing in Twenty20 tournaments organised by national cricket boards from Bangladesh and Pakistan.

    Both men had previously denied the offences, but changed their pleas on Monday ahead of a scheduled trial.

    Anwar and Ijaz pleaded guilty to conspiring together between November 2016 and December 2016 to offer financial advantages to players in the Bangladesh Premier League, with the intention of inducing them to perform improperly by failing to play competitively in good faith.

    They also admitted the same charge in relation to players taking part in the Pakistan Super League between November 2016 and February 2017.

    Anwar, of Littlebrook Avenue, Slough, Berkshire, and Ijaz, of Chippingham Road, Sheffield, were granted bail ahead of sentencing, expected to take place early next year.

    The prosecution will open its case against Jamshed in Tuesday.

    Jamshed played in 48 one day internationals for Pakistan between 2008 and 2015 and also played league cricket for Old Elizabethans in Worcester.

    https://www.expressandstar.com/news/...s-spot-fixing/


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    Sallu Butt, Nasir Jamshed, Sharjeek Khan

    3 promising Pakistani openers just gave it away.
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    Two men - one from Slough - admit conspiring to offer bribes to cricket players

    Two men - one from Slough - have admitted conspiring to offer bribes to professional cricket players.

    Yousef Anwar, 36, and Mohammed Ijaz, 34, were arrested last February as part of an investigation by the National Crime Agency into alleged spot-fixing in Twenty20 tournaments organised by national cricket boards from Bangladesh and Pakistan.

    Both men had previously denied the offences, but changed their pleas on Monday ahead of a scheduled trial at Manchester Crown Court.

    Anwar and Ijaz pleaded guilty to conspiring together between November 2016 and December 2016 to offer financial advantages to players in the Bangladesh Premier League, with the intention of inducing them to perform improperly by failing to play competitively in good faith.

    They also admitted the same charge in relation to players taking part in the Pakistan Super League between November 2016 and February 2017.

    Anwar, of Littlebrook Avenue, Slough, and Ijaz, of Chippingham Road, Sheffield, were granted bail ahead of sentencing, expected to take place early next year.

    A third defendant, Pakistani international cricketer Nasir Jamshaid, 33, of High Street, Walsall, denies being part of the bribery conspiracy in relation to the Pakistan Super League.

    The prosecution will open its case against him on Tuesday.

    https://www.windsorobserver.co.uk/ne...icket-players/


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Both men had previously denied the offences, but changed their pleas on Monday ahead of a scheduled trial.

    Anwar and Ijaz pleaded guilty to conspiring together between November 2016 and December 2016 to offer financial advantages to players in the Bangladesh Premier League, with the intention of inducing them to perform improperly by failing to play competitively in good faith.

    They also admitted the same charge in relation to players taking part in the Pakistan Super League between November 2016 and February 2017.


    https://www.expressandstar.com/news/...s-spot-fixing/
    So it seems the other two accused flipped. It's Game Over for Jamshed.

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    10 years means Nasir Jamshed's career is effectively over. he is still 29. start another career or he will be begging in the streets

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    Walsall man's alleged cricket spot-fixing network 'busted by undercover police officer', court told




    An undercover police officer infiltrated a cricket spot-fixing network by posing as a member of a corrupt betting syndicate, a jury has heard.

    His work led to the uncovering of an attempted fix in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) towards the end of 2016 and an actual fix in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in February 2017.

    In both cases, an opening batsman in the Twenty20 tournaments had agreed to not score runs from the first two balls of an over in return for payment, Manchester Crown Court was told.

    Pakistani cricketer Nasir Jamshaid, 33, who has represented his country more than 60 times, was said to be the target of bribery in the Bangladesh "two dot ball" plan. He then allegedly turned perpetrator as a go-between who encouraged other players to spot-fix at a PSL fixture in Dubai.

    Yousef Anwar, 36, from Slough - described as the ringleader - and Mohammed Ijaz, 34, from Sheffield, pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiracy to commit bribery.

    Jamshaid, who lives in Walsall with his British doctor wife, is the sole defendant on trial as he denies being part of the conspiracy involved with the Dubai game between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi on February 9.

    Opening the case on Wednesday, prosecutor Andrew Thomas QC said: "Two no-scoring balls in a match may not seem a great deal. No doubt the players were willing to go along with it because the risk that it would make the difference between their team winning or losing was relatively slim.

    "The fact the price for this fix was £30,000 shows just how significant it would be if tens and hundreds of thousands of pounds could be made through fraudulent bets."

    https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/new...-spot-17363770


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    Walsall cricketer Nasir Jamshaid dramatically changes plea to guilty over bribing Twenty20 stars to fix match

    A professional cricketer has pleaded guilty to conspiring to bribe fellow players to spot fix in a Twenty20 match.

    Nasir Jamshaid, 33, from Walsall, who has represented Pakistan more than 60 times, had been on trial at Manchester Crown Court but changed his plea on Monday.

    Two other men, Yousef Anwar, 36, from Slough - described as the ringleader - and Mohammed Ijaz, 34, from Sheffield, had admitted conspiracy to commit bribery before the trial got under way.

    All three will be sentenced on a date to be fixed in February.


    Opening the case, prosecutor Andrew Thomas QC said an undercover police officer infiltrated the spot-fixing network by posing as a member of a corrupt betting syndicate.

    His work led to the uncovering of an attempted fix in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) towards the end of 2016 and an actual fix in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in February 2017.

    In both cases, an opening batsman in the Twenty20 tournaments had agreed to not score runs from the first two balls of an over in return for payment.

    Jamshaid was said to be the target of bribery in the Bangladesh "two dot ball" plan.

    He then turned perpetrator as a go-between who encouraged other players to spot-fix at a PSL fixture between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai on February 9.

    The authorities were tipped off about the agreement and allowed the game to go ahead as opening batsman Sharjeel Khan purposely scored no runs off the first two balls of the second over.

    Mr Thomas told the jury the case arose out of an investigation by the National Crime Agency and that the undercover operative was introduced to Anwar, who was suspected of involvement in bribery and match-fixing in international cricket.

    Their first meeting was at a hotel in Slough in November 2016 where Anwar said he had six players working for him in the BPL.

    Anwar freely admitted being involved in spot-fixing for about 10 years, said Mr Thomas, and went on to discuss spot-fix fees with payment split between players and fixers.

    At a further meeting at the same hotel, Anwar told the officer the names of his players including Jamshaid and fellow opening batsman Sharjeel Khan, who both played for the Rangpur Riders.

    Jamshaid later went on to agree to undertake a two dot ball fix in a match against Dhaka Dynamites, the court heard, but it was called off when the batsman did not give all the pre-arranged signals - which included the use of certain coloured batting grips.

    Another match on December 3 against Barisal Bulls was identified but Jamshaid did not play as he was dropped from the team as the BPL season ended.

    In January 2017, Anwar met up with the undercover officer and Jamshaid at a restaurant in Birmingham, the court was told, where Khan and a team-mate, Khalid Latif, were lined up for the next fix in the PSL.

    Messages were sent between Anwar and Jamshaid immediately before and after the fix took place, which included discussions about payment, the court heard.

    Players including Khan were challenged by the authorities after the game and statements were taken and mobile phones were seized, Mr Thomas said.

    When Latif's bag was searched, a number of coloured grips - brought from the UK to Dubai by Anwar - were found, the prosecutor added.

    Last year Jamshaid was banned from playing cricket for 10 years following an investigation by the Pakistan Cricket Board's anti-corruption unit. Khan and Latif both received five-year bans.

    Ian McConnell, NCA senior investigating officer, said: "These men abused their privileged access to professional, international cricket to corrupt games, eroding public confidence for their own financial gain.

    "Tackling corruption and bribery in its various forms is a priority for the National Crime Agency. We will vigorously pursue those involved and target their illicit profits which are so often used to fund further criminality."

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    He should be given a jail term.... deserves it after admitting the charges

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    I'd be surprised if he doesn't get a jail term.

    I remember a relative of his contacting me when all this came out, saying Nasir had been framed.
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    He'll probably have his citizenship revoked and sent back to Pakistan too. Priti Patel isn't gonna forget his back to back centuries against India.

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    lolwut, he looks in better shape than when he was playing for pak. good riddance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    I'd be surprised if he doesn't get a jail term.

    I remember a relative of his contacting me when all this came out, saying Nasir had been framed.
    The PCB at the time wanted to get their hands on Jamshaid because they felt he knew almost everyone in Pakistan Cricket players and officials involved in this menace. I really hope they do

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    Should be sentenced to jail and when he comes to Pak, PCB should drag him to jail yet again!

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    Always was the pawn that derailed Khalid and Sharjeel’s careers. But hey at least he was Wicky bhais favorite and got games at the WC when he didn’t even belong near the 15


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    Quote Originally Posted by sshakir411 View Post
    Always was the pawn that derailed Khalid and Sharjeel’s careers. But hey at least he was Wicky bhais favorite and got games at the WC when he didn’t even belong near the 15
    There's no proof of if and how many times has he spot fixed or underperformed in the past.
    Hard to believe these 2 instances were the only two. Don't know how many games he lost Pak on purpose and how much he could have offered to Pak if he hadn't been a bad egg. His back to back centuries in India, Asia Cup 08, Asia Cup 12 are some of the examples where he looked like he belonged to another level.

    A 27 28 year old can clearly differentiate right from wrong, so it's not like a plot was laid for Sharjeel to fall into with Sharjeel being a 17 year old or so.

    Even then, I would say they need to never be picked again and be made examples out of esp Sharjeel.
    Sharjeel and Amir should not have been allowed back into international cricket.

    Amir may have won us CT17, but you can still see his prima donna behaviour with excuses of being overburdened and quitting red ball cricket and prioritizing T20 leagues where he can earn a lot more and a lot easily. Can see his heart isn't into cricket.

    All those excuses of feeling like letting the team down seem superficial now in retrospective. He wanted money back then, and he is still going for money again albeit legal one by retiring from Tests at 27 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asim_khan View Post
    He'll probably have his citizenship revoked and sent back to Pakistan too. Priti Patel isn't gonna forget his back to back centuries against India.
    Just wondering what his family is going through. What a shame that these guys get involved despite knowing the consequences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asim_khan View Post
    He'll probably have his citizenship revoked and sent back to Pakistan too. Priti Patel isn't gonna forget his back to back centuries against India.
    See you guys might be obsessed with 2 centuries because you dont have anything else going in your life but that doesnt mean normal mature human beings behave that way


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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiafan View Post
    See you guys might be obsessed with 2 centuries because you dont have anything else going in your life but that doesnt mean normal mature human beings behave that way
    lol i would like to imagine he was trying to be humorous


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    Others aspire to be cricketing legends, Nasir Jamshed has turned out to be a fixing legend.

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    They all start denying and then Boom! before you know it....


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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    Should be sentenced to jail and when he comes to Pak, PCB should drag him to jail yet again!
    He'd have to do time in UK.....lives in the UK these days.



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    He probably had no choice but to change his plea after the other two accused flipped. It is a way for him to not go away for a long time. We'll have to wait and see if he is given jail time.

    Deportation is also certainly possible, especially given the UK Conservative government's eagerness to deport anyone they can.

    What will be interesting to see is if Jamshed's admission raises fresh questions in Pakistan about Sharjeel Khan's return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sshakir411 View Post
    Always was the pawn that derailed Khalid and Sharjeel’s careers. But hey at least he was Wicky bhais favorite and got games at the WC when he didn’t even belong near the 15
    We can obviously blame others for our favorites' crimes but reality is that Sharjeel derailed his own career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlickedOffHips View Post
    He probably had no choice but to change his plea after the other two accused flipped. It is a way for him to not go away for a long time. We'll have to wait and see if he is given jail time.

    Deportation is also certainly possible, especially given the UK Conservative government's eagerness to deport anyone they can.

    What will be interesting to see is if Jamshed's admission raises fresh questions in Pakistan about Sharjeel Khan's return.
    There won't be any questions raised. Sharjeel has been accepted back with Gold contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadPakoda View Post
    We can obviously blame others for our favorites' crimes but reality is that Sharjeel derailed his own career.
    Read the story. Nasir Jamshed was not even in UAE but is a big fish in this whole saga. Sharjeel’s statement has always been that he was asked to meet a guy by Nasir Jamshed and was told he will give you “stuff” to bring back to Pakistan for Nasir. That stuff turned out to be bat grips that were used as evidence that Sharjeel was in the fix.

    The whole thing is murky but Nasir was involved in triggering the meet between Sharjeel and the fixer. Not saying Sharjeel is some innocent dude because he’s not.

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    In 2012 everyone felt Jamshaid had a bright future for Pakistan but he proceeds to become unfit, doesn't bother to work on his batting and then proceeds to mix in the wrong crowd.

    In 2012 he was linked to Bookies, a bookie was arrested and had Nasir Jamshaid's bank account information but the PCB chose not to take action. End result is in front of everyone

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    His wife's a doctor you would think money is not an issue in their household.

    Should of been smart enough to not ruin his career.

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    Im sure this Nasir Jamshed was all over Pakistani News channel also once for being caught with a fake metric results :/

    Say’s a lot when you can’t pass your GCSE equivalent exams I guess.


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