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Old July 3, 2012, 12:06 PM
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And after finding information, you need to read and understand it. I think you aren't able to do that part, since you fail to understand simple English of a post.....

you read only the headlines and start feeling like the discoverers... I got you. So no problem my dear discover of information by google... Continue...

And keep clapping for rehabs of thieves.... If a player is banned he shouldn't be playing in domestic as well.... So Pakistan banned Laneria...?? Hahahaha killing a dead man....and feeling like a conquirer of the world..l. all hail PCB the fairest cric organization on earth... Coz they banned Kaneia.... take a bow ...
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Old July 3, 2012, 12:18 PM
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How long are you guys going to keep on doing this! Give it a break!
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Old July 3, 2012, 03:01 PM
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As long as Pak rehab door remains open or cheaters ....
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Old July 3, 2012, 05:21 PM
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And after finding information, you need to read and understand it. I think you aren't able to do that part, since you fail to understand simple English of a post.....

you read only the headlines and start feeling like the discoverers... I got you. So no problem my dear discover of information by google... Continue...

And keep clapping for rehabs of thieves.... If a player is banned he shouldn't be playing in domestic as well.... So Pakistan banned Laneria...?? Hahahaha killing a dead man....and feeling like a conquirer of the world..l. all hail PCB the fairest cric organization on earth... Coz they banned Kaneia.... take a bow ...
you are right. i only read the headlines. silly me. to end all this. please give the "information" about the rehab of butt and asif. any credible source will do banfan.
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Old July 12, 2012, 06:38 AM
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Kaneria launches appeal against ban

Danish Kaneria, the Pakistan legspinner, has filed an appeal against the lifetime ban handed down to him by the ECB for his involvement in spot-fixing.
His lawyers also confirmed to ESPNcricinfo that Kaneria has also appealed against an order to pay £100,000 in costs for the hearings, a charge that was not publically outlined in the ECB judgment.

Kaneria, Pakistan's fourth-highest wicket-taker in Tests, was handed the life ban by an ECB disciplinary panel for his part in the spot-fixing case involving former Essex fast bowler Mervyn Westfield. He had been found guilty of inducing Westfield to under-perform and of bringing the game into disrepute.

Last month Kaneria's legal team said they wanted an opening hearing for the appeal after describing the outcome of the tribunal as "pre-determined". Westfield provided testimony against his former Essex team-mate but Kaneria's lawyers contend that the legspinner was not given a fair hearing. They also indicated that a further legal appeal - potentially to the Court of Arbitration for Sport - could be pursued in order to clear Kaneria's name.

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"We've got nothing to hide about this. It's not sour grapes that we lost a fair hearing," Steven Hourigan, who represented Kaneira, said. "We lost a hearing where it was pre-determined what the result was going to be. We're going to have an appeal. What we want is an independent observer to sit in and listen to the evidence. What we want is a fair hearing in front of an independent panel. We would want the press to sit in on the appeal and hear every word."
The PCB have said they will uphold the ECB's ban - as was agreed between all ICC member nations - and earlier this week the PCB's integrity committee barred Kaneria from playing any official cricket in Pakistan pending the outcome of his appeal
Westfield, Kaneria's team mate, pleaded guilty to bringing the game into disrepute and was given a five-year ban, although he will be allowed to play club cricket after three years.

Kaneria's Pakistan-based lawyer Farogh Naseem, told ESPNcricinfo. "The appeal cover not only covers the life ban but also against the £100,000 cost that was imposed as a part of the expenditure of all he hearings.

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"There was no understanding before or during the hearing that we will pay the expenditure of all the hearings that took place. The cost along with the ban is unfair. They don't have any evidence against Kaneria and still the ECB passed an order against him."
Gerard Elias QC, chairman of the ECB disciplinary panel that found Kaneria guilty, called him "a grave danger to the game of cricket." Kaneria has continued to plead his innocence.

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Old March 7, 2013, 09:24 AM
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Default now Kaneria seeking ECB for compensation! as wesfield not cooperating

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ECB could face Kaneria damages claim
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Proally Kaneria managed to buy out Westfield again, or Westfield may be feeling he had enough of to destroy Kaneria's career not to cooperate ECB anymore. The way the appeal progressing now, it seems this backout of main witness will give ECB the face of a villain.
Besides since a big incentive money figure starts getting focus here, imo Westfield-Kaneria likely gonna make it pain in the @ss for ECB to leach enough of its bargain money to settle this case for a full stop.
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Old March 7, 2013, 10:36 AM
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Care less about the end result, but waiting for the drama.

Its a player's career we are talking, so if a player thinks he didn;t get the fair verdict and he is innocent, he shoud go for any available avenues.
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