Disgraced Butt reaches Pakistan, pleads innocence

About 200 fans gathered at Lahore’s international airport to welcome disgraced Pakistan cricketer Salman Butt who returned home on Friday.

Fixers Mazhar Majeed, Mervyn Westfield lose appeals

Agent Mazhar Majeed and former Essex player Mervyn Westfield lost Court of Appeal challenges against match-fixing convictions.

I was tricked into spot-fixing by Butt and Majeed: Aamir

Disgraced Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Aamir has said that he was tricked into spot-fixing by Salman Butt and bookie Mazhar Majeed and that he did not bowl no balls against England for money.

Amir accuses Butt, Majeed of tricking him into spot-fixing

Banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has accused former captain Salman Butt and agent Mazhar Majeed of tricking him into bowling deliberate no-balls in the 2010 Lord`s Test against England.

`Pak player blew lid off tainted trio`s spot-fixing role`

In another intriguing twist to the spot-fixing saga, the elder brother of convicted bookie Mazhar Majeed has claimed that a Pakistani cricketer was responsible for blowing the lid off Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir`s involvement in the scam.

Majeed tried approaching me too: Afridi

Shahid Afridi has claimed that jailed bookie Mazhar Majeed tried approaching him several times.

I feel responsible for it, says Majeed`s brother

Bookmaker Mazhar Majeed`s elder brother Azhar feels responsible for all the spot-fixing mess since it was he, who introduced his brother to cricket and cricketers.

I feel responsible for it: Azhar

Bookmaker Mazhar Majeed`s elder brother Azhar feels responsible for all the spot-fixing mess since it was he, who introduced his brother to cricket and cricketers.

Others involved in fixing, says agent

Mazhar Majeed told a British criminal court that a fourth unnamed Pakistan cricketer was involved with former captain Salman Butt in corrupting the sport.

Mazhar Majeed pleads guilty, admits handing over money to trio

Bookmaker Mazhar Majeed has pleaded guilty to his involvement in the betting scam and admitted the handing over of 77,000 pounds sterling to the trio.

Check assets of all players named by Majeed: Haider

Zulqarnain Haider demanded that authorities check the assets of all the players, who were named by alleged bookie Mazhar Majeed.

British court orders Amir, Mazhar to appear in November

A London court has ordered Pakistan`s young pace bowler Muhammad Amir and agent Mazhar Majeed to appear in person before it for a hearing into the spot-fixing case.

Bookie Majeed approached me, claims Afridi

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has revealed that alleged bookmaker Mazhar Majeed, who is at the centre of a spot-fixing scandal since last year, approached him and tried to befriend him several times in the past.

Majeed has put every player under suspicion: ACA chief

Bookie Mazhar Majeed`s claim that Australians were the biggest offenders of match-fixing is far from true but it has put every player under suspicion, feels Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) chief executive Paul Marsh.

Yuvi, Bhajji involved in spot-fixing?

Mazhar Majeed, the bookie who was in the news for his alleged role in Pakistan’s spot-fixing controversy, has now claimed to have access to Yuvraj Singh and spinner Harbhajan Singh.

Subcontinent gambles $50 bn on cricket, London court told

Jurors in a London Crown Court were told that cricket betting syndicates were controlled and orchestrated by "shadowy figures" based in Dubai, Mumbai, London and Karachi.

`Rampant corruption` in Pakistan case: prosecutor

Two Pakistan cricketers took bribes to fix parts of a match against England in a case that exposes "rampant corruption" at the heart of the international game, a prosecutor told a London court.

Kamran, Umar send legal notices to suspected bookie Majeed

Pakistan`s Kamran and Umar Akmal have sent legal notices to alleged bookmaker Mazhar Majeed for implicating them in the spot-fixing scandal.

Imran Farhat sends legal notice to bookmaker Mazhar Majeed

Farhat has become the first player to send a legal notice to Majeed for naming him among a group of seven players allegedly involved in spot-fixing.

Pak players named by fixer Majeed threaten legal action

The four Pakistani players, who were named by bookmaker Mazhar Majeed as being part of a spot-fixing racket, have vowed to sue him.