Shoaib Akhtar finds himself in more hot waters once again as he opened his big mouth without care in regard that some bookmakers offered him suitcase full of money in South Africa and in India to under perform in the matches, but he refused to compromise for the love of his country.
Under the ICC Code of Conduct a player who fails to report an approach to fix games or under-perform to his captain, team manager, board or the ACSU can be banned for one to five years. Shoaib has been interviewed by the officials of International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).
Shoaib Akhtar says that he didn’t really mean that what he said during a TV interview, but he was just hinting at it, because he wasn’t that much sure about it. He also told the officials to their disbelief that it was yet another trickery by the acrimonious chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board.
Shoaib Akhtar is a psycho, and he has proved it time and again. Whether he is banned or not, the truth of the matter is that he has finished his career for him once and for all.More on:ACSU, Dr. Nasim Ashraf, icc, PCB, Shoaib Akhtar
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