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About Muhammad Asif

Muhammad Asif is a Pakistani Cricketer. In February 2009, he is banned for one year by the Indian Premier League tribunal after he tested positive in a drug scandal during the league's inaugural season last year.

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Pak now 'global cricket power' following England whitewash: Misbah
Pakistan skipper Misbahul Haq has said his team's impressive victory over England sends a strong message to the cricketing world that Pakistan is a power in the sport and should no longer be ignored.

Convicted 'spot fixing' bowler Aamer to be released from UK prison on Feb 9
Former Pakistani fast bowler Muhammad Aamer convicted in the London match fixing case would reportedly be released from the young offenders institute in Weymouth next month, on completion of half of the jail term he was awarded by a court.

'Spot-fixing convict' Asif files appeal against seven year ban imposed by ICC
Convicted Pakistani pace bowler Muhammad Asif has filed an appeal against his International Cricket Council (ICC) ban in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) based in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Muhammad Asif 'appeals against his conviction, sentence' in spot-fixing row
Jailed Pakistan cricketer Muhammad Asif has launched an appeal against his conviction and sentence in last year's spot-fixing' scandal after changing his legal defence team.

'Biased' ICC, 'toothless' PCB cost Pakistan 2011 World Cup: Pak newspaper
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has accomplished its mission by not letting Pakistan have their best bowlers- Muhammad Aamir and Muhammad Asif- at their disposal during the 2011 World Cup, a Pakistani newspaper has said.

Lahore High Court dismisses plea seeking lifetime ban on tainted trio for defaming Pak
The Lahore High Court (LHC) has dismissed a petition seeking lifetime bans and the confiscation of assets of the disgraced Pakistani trio- Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Amir- for their involvement in the spot-fixing case, which the petitioner said brought a bad name to the country.

PCB selecting only "blue-eyed players" in national squad, overlooking the rest: report
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is indulging in favouritism in the national team's selection, by including its "blue-eyed players" in the squads and showing the door to the rest, a Pakistani newspaper has said.

"Suspension by ICC without showing any worthwhile evidence is 'injustice'": Aamir
Pakistan pacer Muhammad Aamir- one of the tainted trio implicated in the spot-fixing scandal- has described his suspension by the International Cricket Council (ICC) as an 'injustice'.

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