Aamir Is The History Changer In The Cricket

Aamir Is The History Changer In The Cricket

Muhammad Aamir changes cricket historyDUBAI – Facing some tough words from critics and former players, the anti corruption chief has come forward to say ‘good words’ for Muhammad Aamir.

Ronnie Flangan, the chief of the Anti Corruption Security Unit (ACSU) of International Cricket Council (ICC) has explained the decision of ending the ban of the Pakistani Cricketer Muhammad Amir earlier than schedule.

“It will discourage all those players, who have ever made an effort to fix a match,” he further said.

It seems that Aamir is the ‘history changer’ in the cricket, though it could either be taken in good meaning or bad meaning.

Amir was banned in September 2010 for spot fixing during the Oval Test against England in England and was banned alongwith captain Salman Butt and fellow fast bowler Mohammad Asif.

Amir was banned for the least period of 5 years, due to his age, as he was only 18 years old at that time. Salman Butt was banned for 7 years whereas Muhammad Asif was banned for 10 years.

Chief of ACSU, Ronnie Flanagan said that he had been observing the player and talked to him many times. He saw that there was an improvement in his behaviour and he had also helped ACSU in reaching the root of the problem.

“I used his power of forgiving the player to play the domestic cricket because I saw the age, took the Pakistan Cricket Board’s opinion, saw the behaviour and the services of the player and then made the decision.”

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