Pakistani pace express Mohammad Amir has reportedly revealed that he has been offered the hero`s role in a movie and has decided to do it as the cricketer struggles to earn his bread and butter while serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that the board would be pushing the International Cricket Council (ICC) again for a reduction in the five-year ban on young pace bowler Mohammad Amir at ICC`s Annual Conference that would be held in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Banned Pakistani pace bowler Mohammad Amir is reportedly praying that he earns a reprieve from the International Cricket Council (ICC) to play domestic cricket as he seeks to resume his stalled career.
Banned Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir is praying the International Cricket Council (ICC) will grant him a reprieve to play domestic cricket as he seeks to resume a career that stalled under ignominious circumstances.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is all set to push the case of banned pacer Mohammad Amir to at least allow him to resume domestic cricket when the International Cricket Council (ICC) executive board meet in London from October 17 to 19.
Banned Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir has been allowed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to play domestic cricket with some conditions lifting the ban imposed on the tainted bowler for spot-fixing.
The ICC had to drop the idea of screening a message from banned fast bowler Mohammed Aamir`s on anti-corrruption issues during the briefing of Pakistan players as the squad members told their team manager Naved Cheema that they don`t wish to watch the footage once again.