Mohd. Amir , who faced a 5 yearban after being involved in a match fixing scandal against England during Pakistan’s 2010 tour of England , is all set to make a return to the game of cricket. The ICC is going to revise it’s Anti Corruption Code during a 2 day meeting of the Board members , which starts on Sunday at Dubai.
This will mean that all the banned cricketers can feature in their domestic tournaments even after they are suspended from International cricket. According to sources, ICC chief executives have agreed on the proposal and has told the boards to do the same.
The meeting will also the members discuss on the revision of the Anti Corruption Code and Anti Doping Code. The future tour programme between 2015-2023 will be discussed in the meeting along with the playing conditions for the 2015 World Cup.
The recent incident between Indian and West Indies Cricket Board will also be discussed, after the BCCI has asked WICB for a compensation of $42 million, which will possibly drain out all the money of West Indies Cricket Board.
The rule may well benefit Amir in particular because of his young age , which means that he will be ready to play once his ban is lifted .
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