International Cricket Council squash reports of allowing Mohammad Amir to play domestic cricket

According to media reports, ICC four-member committee headed by Clarke had recommended that Amir be allowed to play domestic cricket after PCB Chairman, Najam Sethi pleaded Amir's case at the last ICC meetings in London.

updated: July 14, 2013 16:17 IST
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Karachi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has dismissed media reports in Pakistan that banned left arm pacer, Mohammad Amir had been allowed to resume playing domestic cricket by them.

Reports were circulating in the Pakistan media since yesterday 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 first of all no permission had been given to Amir to play domestic cricket or any cricket of any sort and secondly that any decision relating to his case could only be taken by the ICC Executive Board.

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