Tanvir Ahmed admits Pakistan players refused to play with tainted trio

 Out-of-favour Pakistani cricketer Tanvir Ahmed has revealed that some players of the national squad have refused to play with the tainted trio of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt.

Tanvir Ahmed admits Pakistan players refused to play with tainted trio

Karachi: Out-of-favour Pakistani cricketer Tanvir Ahmed has revealed that some players of the national squad have refused to play with the tainted trio of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt.

According to the PakPassion.net, the 36-year-old insisted that these three players should not be allowed to resume their career under any circumstances.

He added that the trio might not be welcomed at the domestic level as well.

Ahmed, who made a remarkable debut, claiming six wickets in the very first innings that he bowled, stressed that someone, who has defamed his country by indulging in acts like spot-fixing, does not deserve to be a part of a cricket field.

The disgraced trio were found guilty of various offences of corrupt behavior relating to the Lords Test between England and Pakistan in 2010 and will be eligible for an international return in 2016 after going through a new Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) rehab programme. 

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