Sports News: Mohammad Amir free after 3 month jail

19 years old Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir was released after serving half the sentence in the UK six months in prison Wednesday in a scandal that rocked the cricket world last year, instead of match-fixing.

Mohammad Amir

The trio was a conspiracy, delivery no balls which was pre-arranged time in a test match against England at Lord’s in August 2010. After it was accused of Pakistanis undercover reporter with a British newspaper, engraving sports agent Mazhar Majeed boasting, how he could organize a players for money.
Majeed said that the distortion of the results of more than two years and had seven players in Pakistan team and made him work, “pasta and pasta money.” The secret agent was shot by an agreed amount of £ 150.000 in cash to fix that match.
Amir agreed to bowl two no-balls on August 26, 2010, but had only one at a time, that the rain stopped play. He also directs the ball with no one the next day, a London court heard.

Amir will spend the next few weeks in London before returning to his native Pakistan. He will meet with his lawyers to prepare the Appeal Court Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the ban of five years, which would be imposed by the International Cricket Council.

collection news 02.Feb.2012

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