Saturday, September 11, 2010

PCB performance in match-fixing scandal

It all started when a local newspaper of Britain, News of the World, alleged Pakistan cricketers of match-fixing, involving four Pakistani players in the story. It included, captain of Test team, Salman Butt and other three were young-pacer Mohammad Aamer, wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal and Mohammad Asif. After that shocking news, PCB started to perform as a 'spectator' in the show. And at the end of the day, ICC took action and suspended all the three players leaving Kamran, after he got clearance from Scotland Yard, Investigation Agency in London.

PCB put the whole case in High Commission's court to play with. The disappearance of PCB's chairman, just after the News of the World's report, proved that PCB isn't serious about the match-fixing scandal and is taking it lightly.

The appearance of Yasir Hammed video in the very next edition of News of the World, and once again poor show from PCB, proved that PCB is still expecting any 'miracle' in the show.

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