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Amir’s return will take some time says ICC CEO

Mohammad Amir’s return to cricket may take some more time says ICC CEO Richardson at the event held by ICC where Hublot was announced as the official timekeeper for ICC cricket world cup 2015. "The PCB has written to us about Amir. But there is a process to be followed and it take some more time to be resolved," said Richardson. Amir is currently under a five-year ban imposed on him along with his teammates Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif after the spot fixing scandal during Pakistan's tour of England in 2011-2012. ICC has revised anti corruption codes recently.


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