Salman Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts
Salman Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts

Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt is expected to meet officials of the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit soon regarding his efforts to make a comeback to domestic cricket after his ban ends in September.

Salman Butt admits to spot fixing
Salman Butt admits to spot fixing

Pakistan's banned former captain Salman Butt has finally admitted his unconditional involvement in the spot fixing scandal that shook world cricket in 2010 in a bid to get some relaxation from the International Cricket Council (ICC) when his five-year ban ends in September.

Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB
Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB

 Tainted former Pakistan captain Salman Butt on Tuesday signed a confession note admitting to his role in the spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan versus England series back in 2010, which led to a fove-year ban.

Salman Butt told to admit spot-fixing or face more sanctions: Sources
Salman Butt told to admit spot-fixing or face more sanctions: Sources

Banned former Test captain Salman Butt has been told in clear terms by Pakistan Cricket Board to admit his involvement in 2010 spot-fixing incident in England or else face the prospect of his suspension being extended to 10 years, according to sources.

Pakistan's Mohammad Aamer fired up after 'tough' spot-fixing ban
Pakistan's Mohammad Aamer fired up after 'tough' spot-fixing ban

Pakistan`s Mohammad Aamer admits he almost gave up cricket after being hit with a five-year ban for spot-fixing, but the paceman is now fired up to take wickets and repair his reputation.

Mohammad Aamer focused on World Twenty20 return for Pakistan
Mohammad Aamer focused on World Twenty20 return for Pakistan

Fast bowler Mohammad Aamer said on Tuesday he was focused on joining Pakistan`s national side for next year`s World Twenty20 tournament after impressive bowling in a key domestic event.

Banned Salman Butt to appear before ICC corruption unit
Banned Salman Butt to appear before ICC corruption unit

Disgraced former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt said Tuesday he was due to appear before the anti-corruption unit of the game`s governing body to try to have his spot-fixing ban relaxed.

PCB plans to plead Salman Butt's case with ICC
PCB plans to plead Salman Butt's case with ICC

 The PCB is planning to plead the case of banned cricketer Salman Butt with the International Cricket Council. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan said in an interview that the former Test captain, who is serving a five-year ban for spot fixing, had shown willingness to meet all the requirements before the Board can plead his case with the ICC for some relaxation.

PCB wants Salman Butt to be more honest and forthright
PCB wants Salman Butt to be more honest and forthright

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is at loggerheads with Salman Butt as the banned Test captain is not ready to accept blame for encouraging his former teammates Mohammad Aamer and Mohammad Asif to take part in spot-fixing in 2010.

Mohammad Aamer urges youngsters not to `destroy` lives
Mohammad Aamer urges youngsters not to `destroy` lives

Former Pakistan pace prodigy Mohammad Aamer Tuesday urged young players to be careful of the company they kept to avoid "destroying" their lives, as he prepared to make his return from a spot-fixing ban.

Police act against bookies in Pakistan, 15 nabbed
Police act against bookies in Pakistan, 15 nabbed

Police in the Pakistani city of Lahore have initiated a crackdown on cricket betting and arrested 15 people from across the city, according to media reports Monday.

Salman Butt confesses to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB Source
Salman Butt confesses to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB Source

Pakistan's tainted former captain Salman Butt has apparently made his first full confession of guilt to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in the infamous 2010 spot-fixing scandal.

Eight Pakistan players fined for breaking World Cup curfew
Eight Pakistan players fined for breaking World Cup curfew

Eight Pakistan players, including maverick former captain Shahid Afridi, have been fined for breaching a team curfew ahead of their crucial World Cup game against India, sources told AFP on Thursday.

Mohammad Amir reprieve will encourage others to come clean: ICC
Mohammad Amir reprieve will encourage others to come clean: ICC

 The reprieve given to Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir in a spot-fixing scandal will encourage corrupt players to come clean and help maintain the game`s integrity, International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive David Richardson said on Tuesday.

Once his five-year ban ends, Muhammad Aamir can be selected: Najam Sethi
Once his five-year ban ends, Muhammad Aamir can be selected: Najam Sethi

Disgraced Pakistan paceman Mohammad Aamir will be eligible to play international cricket as soon as his five-year ban ends on September 2 this year, former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi said on Monday.

Banned players must be allowed to make a comeback: Salman Butt
Banned players must be allowed to make a comeback: Salman Butt

Pakistan's banned former captain Salman Butt has said that those players who have been banned for spot fixing, have a right to try and make a comeback to international cricket once they complete their suspension period.

Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief
Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief

 Pakistan`s cricket chief Saturday denied that Mohammad Amir​ is being fast-tracked back into international cricket after a five-year ban, saying he will be monitored "on and off the field" before his re-entry.

I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir
I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir

Pakistan's banned paceman, Muhammad Aamir, who was today allowed to play domestic cricket by the ICC, has promised to return to the cricket field as a better human being and player.

Returning Mohammad Amir promises to be `better human`
Returning Mohammad Amir promises to be `better human`

Banned Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir vowed Thursday to prove himself as a "better player and better human being" after his spot-fixing ban was relaxed by the cricket world governing body.

Pakistan's Mohammad Amir cleared to play domestic cricket
Pakistan's Mohammad Amir cleared to play domestic cricket

After months of speculation, Mohammad Amir has been cleared to play domestic cricket in Pakistan. The Pakistan fast bowler's ban for spot fixing was cut short for cooperation with anti-corruption officials, the International Cricket Council said on Thursday.