Salman Butt meets PCB's anti-corruption and vigilance unit

The left handed opener said even if he didn't get to play international cricket again he would like to get a chance to play domestic cricket.

updated: August 28, 2013 10:37 IST
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Karachi: Disgraced former Pakistan cricket captain Salman Butt has met with the anti-corruption and vigilance unit of the national cricket board (PCB) in a bid to get his minimum five-year ban reduced.

"I met with the anti-corruption and vigilance officers of the board and assured them of my full cooperation in any rehabilitation program they want me to attend to get over the spot fixing episode," Butt said.

Butt and two other Pakistani players, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir were banned by the anti-corruption tribunal of the International Cricket Council in early 2011 for their role in the spot fixing scandal that erupted during Pakistan's tour to England in the fourth Test at Lords in 2010.

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