Posted on February 5, 2011
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28 responses to “Salman, Asif and Amir Banned by ICC for 5+ Years Each: Too Harsh? Just Right? Or Too Lenient?”

  1. Indian says:

    Pakistan has produced some of the best cricketers! I am particularly a big fan of fast bowlers from Pakistan!

    I think very soon Pakistan team will rise up in the rankings. Just yesterday I read in Times of India (I think in Varsha Bhogle’s article) that they are quite capable of reaching semi finals in the world cup!

  2. ali b says:

    these cricketers had been inspired by the rampant corruption that is prevailing in the country where who ever gets a chance tries to become rich specially the politicians and CEO’S of different organizations,they did not want to lag behind, perhaps they were also inspired by the past activities of Wasim Akram who was leniently let go by justice Qayyum.They deserve the sentence handed to them, their agent Shazad should also be handed a stiff sentence including imprisonment.

  3. Nihari says:

    Being a slave does not mean that you are governed by a foreign power. It is a state of mind. It means you are so incapable to running your stuff that somebody from outside has to move in to straighten your home. We all knew that match and spot fixing was rampant in Pakistan Cricket. In fact ICC was giving warnings during the world cup and other tours. Yet we are so incapable that we it blew off, they have to move in and punish the players. Our board doesnt know what to do.

    Isnt the story of Pakistan in every walk of life.