Saturday, 23 September 2017

Tag Archives: PSL

British investigation agency gives PCB green signal to probe Nasir Jamshed

Nasir Jamshed

LONDON: British investigation institute, National Crime Agency, has allowed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to start interrogation against Nasir Jamshed, main suspect of PSL spot fixing scandal. According to sources, PCB contacted Britsh agency and asked for mutual investigation from Jamshed to which it has agreed. PCB can continue its investigation ...

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PSL spot-fixing: Khalid Latif, Sharjeel Khan appear before tribunal

LAHORE: Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, the two cricketers suspended over spot-fixing charges, appeared before an anti-corruption tribunal of PCB to file their replies to the charges/evidence presented by the anti-corruption unit of PCB. Both the players appeared separately, while Khalid Latif filed his answering brief opening batsman Sharjeel Khan sought ...

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Pakistan call off tour to Bangladesh

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DUBAI: Pakistan will not tour Bangladesh this year as per schedule; the PCB said the series has been postponed indefinitely by mutual consent. Pakistan was to play two Tests, three ODIs and a T20I series in Bangladesh in July and August. “We had spoken about the possibility of hosting them ...

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PCB issues warning to Afridi over PSL transfer policy

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LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) issued a warning to Shahid Afridi and the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings over the transfer rules of the league. In a statement, the Pakistan Cricket Board clarified the rules for the recruitment, retention and transfer of players in the Pakistan Super ...

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Nasir Jamshed’s lawyer met PCB official in London: Sources

Nasir Jamshed

LONDON: Pakistan test batsman Nasir Jamshed has been in touch with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials through his lawyer, informed sources. According to the source who is privy to developments related to the case, a top PCB official arrived in London three days ago and met the lawyer of Nasir ...

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Involvement of Indian bookies revealed in PSL fixing probe

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LAHORE: Joint inquiries of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and secret department have revealed the involvement of Indian bookies in Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing scandal. The investigations have been widened as secret agency has asked foreign telecommunication companies to provide complete details of players’ mobile data. Names of Indian bookmakers ...

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Afridi joins Karachi Kings

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KARACHI: Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings announced the joining of flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi. Karachi Kings owner released the photos of signing an MoU with former all-rounder Shahid Afridi on social media. “Pakistan’s pride Shahid Afridi joins Karachi Kings,” the PSL franchise said in a Twitter message on ...

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Afridi blames Javed’s changing vision for leaving Zalmi

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ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi revealed the reason which led to his exodus from the Pakistan Super League franchise Peshawar Zalmi owned by Javed Afridi. Afridi, on March 25, tweeted his decision to part ways with Zalmi after playing two seasons for the side – first as the captain ...

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Afridi leaves Peshawar Zalmi due to personal reasons

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Former Pakistan captain and hard hitting all-rounder Shahid Afridi has resigned as president and player of Peshawar Zalmi because of his ‘personal reasons’.  Boom Boom announced this on his Twitter handle where in two tweets, he announced his resignation and expressed best wishes for the Zalmis. Won d 🏆 with 1 ...

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Brian Lara wants to coach PSL teams

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LONDON: West Indies cricketer Brian Lara said that he’s interested in coaching at Pakistan Super League (PSL). He said that he was proud of Darren Sammy for playing the PSL final in Pakistan. Holding a press conference along with former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis, Brian Lara said that he was waiting ...

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