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Old June 5, 2008, 11:03 PM
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You remember Wasim Akram, who was cought doping during a carribean tour and he threw the stuff in the sea. Then denied, I don't exactly remember the timeline at the moment.
It was not only Wasim Akram.
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During the 1992-93 Caribbean tour Pakistan bowlers Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Aaqib Javed and Mushtaq Ahmed - were arrested on a Grenadean beach, and charged with constructive possession of marijuana. They were frogmarched to the police station and taunted by officers and onlookers. The said cricketers escaped with a reprimand from Pak cricket board.

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Old June 6, 2008, 12:48 AM
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Thanks Eshen, I couldn't recollect the entire incident.

Latest on Asif in Khaleej Times:

DUBAI — Pakistani fast bowler Mohammed Asif will spend at least another two days in detention before it is known whether or not he will be formally charged with drug possession, according to a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official.

Khaleej Times

Ittefaq reports that he is not going to be chanrged in Dubai, will be left to Pak. Even though the materials found with him was proven to be opium (Gaja)

ITTEFAQ

So their (Pak-UAE) relations worked.
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Thanks Eshen, I couldn't recollect the entire incident.

Latest on Asif in Khaleej Times:

DUBAI — Pakistani fast bowler Mohammed Asif will spend at least another two days in detention before it is known whether or not he will be formally charged with drug possession, according to a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official.

Khaleej Times

Ittefaq reports that he is not going to be chanrged in Dubai, will be left to Pak. Even though the materials found with him was proven to be opium (Gaja)

ITTEFAQ

So their (Pak-UAE) relations worked.
Great dig. Many pundits, the true connaisseurs of the game thought this guy was going to be the next great (Pakistani) fast bowler but it seems like he's determined to prove everyone wrong. I have a feeling nothing major will happen to him. He will be playing for Pakistan before we know it.
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Old June 10, 2008, 08:20 AM
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With detained pacer Mohammad Asif's fate in limbo, senior Pakistan Cricket Board official Nadeem Akram, rushed here to bail out the detained cricketer, will return home tonight leaving behind a mission unaccomplished.

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Old June 11, 2008, 11:39 AM
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Serves him right, these paki guys neva learn their lesson. Wasnt he satisfied when he got banned for 2 years for a similar case?

I hope they release him so that we can see his fantastic bowling
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Old June 11, 2008, 12:40 PM
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Old June 11, 2008, 05:08 PM
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i hope its a wake up call for Asif
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Old June 12, 2008, 05:04 AM
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Serves him right, these paki guys neva learn their lesson. Wasnt he satisfied when he got banned for 2 years for a similar case?

I hope they release him so that we can see his fantastic bowling
Thats the problem. He was not banned....the ban was over turned. Had he served that ban, he probably wouldnt be behind the bars today.
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Old June 19, 2008, 12:13 PM
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Asif is getting out finally. I think no punishment will be levied on him. Eventhough he was caught red handed with Hashish. In the long run PCB will suffer if they don't punish him even for few games.

You can not carry Hashish no matter what. The charges were not filled because of high-level govt. involvement. Hence ICC can't ban him. It is all up to PCB to straighten him out now. Otherwise I fear junior talented cricketers down the road would continue embarrass everyone.
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Old June 19, 2008, 12:21 PM
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So he is probably saved from a IPL Ban

Times of India Says:
Indian Premier League CEO Sundar Raman on Thursday said that if Asif is found guilty of carrying and consuming contraband drugs, he could very well be disallowed from playing in future editions of the tournament.

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i hope its a wake up call for Asif
Somethings never change.
For some ppl, they are simply built-in that way.
Even if they leave trouble, trouble wont leave them.
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Old June 20, 2008, 03:44 AM
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Come to think of it, he actually looks like a khor too. Glassy eyes, skinny physique, stony disposition ...
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Old June 20, 2008, 11:27 AM
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Come to think of it, he actually looks like a khor too. Glassy eyes, skinny physique, stony disposition ...
if khor means pothead, your dead on.
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Old June 22, 2008, 04:19 PM
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Being a junkie is not a big deal in Pakistan cricket, looks like Asif will slide back into the team after a farcical investigation into his case.
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Old June 24, 2008, 06:02 PM
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recent studies seem to indicate that long term abuse of the strongest form of ganja, certainly what is presently doing the rounds in the west could lead to depression. from the little that i know of hashish useage in pakistan, the form they take is the resin. this is very very mild indeed. in any case, ganja is not a performance enhancing drug. it might make him a little happier for a while, inducing a new spirit of enthusiasm for the sport!

it isn't as if he was caught with a wad of **** in his suitcase or perhaps smack cocaine. i think we should wait for the official statement from mohammad asif or his representative before calling him names
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Old June 26, 2008, 07:55 AM
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recent studies seem to indicate that long term abuse of the strongest form of ganja, certainly what is presently doing the rounds in the west could lead to depression. from the little that i know of hashish useage in pakistan, the form they take is the resin. this is very very mild indeed. in any case, ganja is not a performance enhancing drug. it might make him a little happier for a while, inducing a new spirit of enthusiasm for the sport!

it isn't as if he was caught with a wad of **** in his suitcase or perhaps smack cocaine. i think we should wait for the official statement from mohammad asif or his representative before calling him names
What do you mean? We already know the official statement from PCB. Why do u have to wait for a make up story from Asif? or Saint Asif?? if u may like to call ?
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the anti drug laws are all crap

anyone can slip something into your wallet, or spike your drink

if the drugs were so bad, then his game would suffer, and that would be punnishment enough.

all anti-drug laws are just a corrupt waste of time that do nothing more than allow corruption and exploitation to run rife

how can they possibly prove that he knew what it was?

can they read his mind?

its all just kak

its not cricket at all
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Pakistani players are doing illegal stuffs a lot.
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Old July 12, 2008, 01:56 PM
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Pakistani players are doing illegal stuffs a lot.
How can anyone be sure that it has not been a deliberate attempt to just discredit them?

Its a tough competitive dog-eat-dog world out there. Relatives of people who have not been selected have been known to do underhanded things.

Gibbs hit six sixes in an over after smoking cannabis. I say: give them cannabis. Its good for cricket. Botham was a notorious smoker.

Ever heard of a place called Jamaica? The home of reggae?

Alcohol does far more damage to the body than cannabis or even opium for that matter. Should cricketers who drink alcohol be thrown in prison for 15 years?

(That would be one way to ensure the aussies are no longer the top team - heheheh)
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How can anyone be sure that it has not been a deliberate attempt to just discredit them?

Its a tough competitive dog-eat-dog world out there. Relatives of people who have not been selected have been known to do underhanded things.

Gibbs hit six sixes in an over after smoking cannabis. I say: give them cannabis. Its good for cricket. Botham was a notorious smoker.

Ever heard of a place called Jamaica? The home of reggae?

Alcohol does far more damage to the body than cannabis or even opium for that matter. Should cricketers who drink alcohol be thrown in prison for 15 years?

(That would be one way to ensure the aussies are no longer the top team - heheheh)
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You are a person of criminal mind. You support them and you think they are more justified than law abiding citizens.

Your theory is no criminal should be charged or prosecuted because, you never know, someone might have planted the evidence on them. Its a dog-eat-dog world out there you know. Mate, there arent as many dogs as you think. Once we lock the criminals up, there will be even lesser dogs.
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you are obviously an atheist or a drunkard

christ said
'no substance that goes into you can effect your ritual' (morals)

there are lots of laws that are made purely to exploit people - if cannabis is so bad, then why is holland the wealthiest country in europe?????

my point is that simply having something in your pocket proves nothing.

you know nothing about my mind, your own mind, or anyone elses for that matter. study psychology sometime. (95% for psychology honours)
(75% for philosophy of ethics)

what are your alleged credentials?
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Old July 14, 2008, 08:21 AM
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How can anyone be sure that it has not been a deliberate attempt to just discredit them?
You can probably be sure now, Asif tested positive in IPL. Someone might put it in his money bag, but in his blood? there is only one other way, u know what I mean.
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everyone is sayin end of story for Asif. lets see... we have seen so many kahini about him..
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