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PCB not to hire PR firm in England for positive coverage

PCB not to hire PR firm in England for positive coverage

The PCB concerns also arise out of the fact that left-arm pacer, Mohammad Aamir, who was among the three players found guilty of spot-fixing in the fourth Test at Lords in 2010, was also with the team for the present series.

Mohammad Aamir: PCB begins efforts to get UK visa for speedster

Mohammad Aamir: PCB begins efforts to get UK visa for speedster

Butt, Asif and Aamir were all found guilty of spot fixing during the fourth test against England at Lords in August, 2010 and later banned for a minimum of five-years by the International Cricket Council.

No special restrictions on Pakistan's Mohammad Aamir in New Zealand: Intikhab Alam

No special restrictions on Pakistan's Mohammad Aamir in New Zealand: Intikhab Alam

The former Test captain admitted that the tour to New Zealand will be a tough one for Aamir.

Azhar Ali resigns as Pakistan captain over Mohammad Amir's inclusion, PCB convinces him to stay

Azhar Ali resigns as Pakistan captain over Mohammad Amir's inclusion, PCB convinces him to stay

There has been a debate in Pakistan cricket over giving Aamir a chance to redeem himself after he disgraced himself by getting involved in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal.

Mohammad Amir: Should Pakistani cricketers give tainted pacer another chance?

Mohammad Amir: Should Pakistani cricketers give tainted pacer another chance?

While PCB has asked players to cooperate with Amir, it remains to be seen how long will it take for them to follow their board's instructions.

No decision taken on Mohammad​ Aamir's return to national team: PCB

No decision taken on Mohammad​ Aamir's return to national team: PCB

Waqar Younis said that since Aamir had served his five year ban he deserved a second chance.

PCB allows players to play in Bangladesh Premier League

PCB allows players to play in Bangladesh Premier League

"We have basically decided not to stop these players from going to the BPL," a board official said.

Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt fears isolation

Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt fears isolation

The divide in Pakistan cricket over whether the tainted trio of Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir should be allowed back into national cricket has become greater with the former skipper expressing concern it could eventually lead to their isolation.

Tainted Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aamir confident of regaining mojo

Tainted Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aamir confident of regaining mojo

Free to represent his country in international cricket post his five-year ban for fixing in 2010, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir said he has been training hard lately and is confident of becoming the bowler he was at the start of his career.

Salman Butt urges PCB to allow him resume playing

Salman Butt urges PCB to allow him resume playing

Pakistan's tainted former captain Salman Butt has asked the PCB's anti-corruption officials and legal advisors to reconsider the reintegration and rehabilitation plan for the disgraced trio.

'We're planning to rest seniors for Zimbabwe series'

'We're planning to rest seniors for Zimbabwe series'

Chief selector Haroon Rasheed said they are plans to rest some senior players on the coming tour to Zimbabwe but ruled out an early return for banned pacer Mohammad Aamir to the Pakistan team.

Felt so good to hear Mustafizur Rehman's comments: Mohammad Aamir

Felt so good to hear Mustafizur Rehman's comments: Mohammad Aamir

 Gearing up for a comeback to international cricket in three months time, Pakistan's banned left-arm pacer Mohammad Aamir said he felt happy to learn that new Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rehman idolises him.

Mohammad Aamir could play in Big Bash T20

Mohammad Aamir could play in Big Bash T20

 Pakistan's banned left-arm pacer Mohammad Aamir could feature in the Australian Big Bash T20 tournament later this year.

Banned Mohammad Aamir plays first competitive match in 5 years

Banned Mohammad Aamir plays first competitive match in 5 years

Banned Pakistan left-arm pacer Muhammad Aamir on Monday played his first proper competitive match in five years when he appeared in the national T20 super eights tournament at Faisalabad.

Muhammad Aamir likely to play in National Super Eights T20 tournament

Muhammad Aamir likely to play in National Super Eights T20 tournament

Pakistan's banned left-arm pacer, Mohammad Aamir is likely to represent Rawalpindi team in the national Super Eights Twenty20 event, scheduled to be held in Faisalabad from May 11.

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.

Some not comfortable about playing with Mohammad Aamir: PCB chief

Some not comfortable about playing with Mohammad Aamir: PCB chief

 The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has revealed that some players in the national cricket team are not keen on playing with banned pacer Muhammad Aamir again.

Deal with banned players with caution: Ehsan Mani to PCB

Deal with banned players with caution: Ehsan Mani to PCB

 Former ICC President, Ehsan Mani has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to proceed with caution while dealing with the tainted cricketers who were banned for spot-fixing.

PCB to seek proper feedback on Mohammad Aamir's return to cricket

PCB to seek proper feedback on Mohammad Aamir's return to cricket

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has made it clear that he would seek proper feedback before taking any decision on banned pacer Mohammad Aamir's return to the national team.

Mohammad Amir's return to cricket will take some time: ICC

Mohammad Amir's return to cricket will take some time: ICC

Acknowledging the receipt of PCB's request letter for tainted pacer Muhammad Aamir's early return to cricket, ICC CEO Dave Richardson on Monday said that the international body has taken note of the issue but the matter will take some time to get resolved.