ICC?denies reports about Aamir's return to cricket
Karachi (PTI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has dismissed media reports in Pakistan that banned left arm pacer, Muhammad Aamir had been...
Karachi (PTI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has dismissed media reports in Pakistan that banned left arm pacer, Muhammad Aamir had been allowed to resume playing domestic cricket by them. Reports were circulating in the Pakistan media since Saturday that the ICC four-member committee formed to look into his ban and case had allowed him to play domestic cricket. But a ICC spokesman said that no permission had been given to Aamir to play domestic cricket or any cricket of any sort and any decision relating to his case could only be taken by the ICC Executive Board. "Any decision to give any sort of relaxation to Aamir will only be made by the ICC Board. The four-man committee comprising Giles Clarke, Wally Edwards, Imran Khawaja and Keith Oliver will present its recommendations to the ICC Board, which will review these before making any decision. Until such time, Aamir will remain suspended from all cricket activities," the spokesman said. According to media reports, ICC four-member committee headed by Clarke had recommended that Aamir be allowed to play domestic cricket after PCB Chairman, Najam Sethi pleaded Aamir's case at the last ICC meetings in London. But the spokesman said any reports about the ICC even allowing Aamir to use PCB facilities is incorrect.