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Pakistan bowler Amir to make a comeback after ban

Medium pacer Mohammad Amir of Pakistan who is disgraced and presently under ban after the spot fixing in the Pakistan tour of England in 2010 was very eager to make a strong come back after lifting his ban. Mohammad Amir is facing 5 years ban but now ICC has revised the anti corruption code and Amir will make a comeback soon in to the domestic cricket. When asked about making his come back into the national side Amir said "I am quite sure that the International Cricket Council (ICC) will act in the best interest of cricket and show leniency, and this will be the best possible solution. I am also very grateful to PCB, ICC and all those persons who stood by me in difficult times,". Along with Amir, Salman butt and Mohammad Asif were the other two players who faced ban along with Amir in the tour of England.

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