ICC Sanction: Salman Butt out for 10 years
ICC Sanction: Salman Butt out for 10 years. The ICC tribunal has announced a sanction of ten years of ineligibility for Salman Butt in spot-fixing scandal. The head of the International Cricket Council tribunal Michael Beloff announced the verdict after a lengthy nine-hour hearing in the Qatari capital.
Salman Butt, who was captain during the series in England, received the maximum sentence but one charge against him of batting out a maiden over during the Oval Test was dismissed. However, he was found to have not disclosed an approach by Majeed that he should bat a maiden over.
The tribunal released a statement after announcing the decision. The tribunal statement for the sanction of ten years of ineligibility for Salman Butt is given below:
On Mr Butt a sanction of ten years ineligibility, five years of which are suspended on condition that he commits no further breach of the code and that he participates under the auspices of the Pakistan Cricket Board in a programme of Anti-Corruption education.
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