Mike Brearley offers support to banned Mohammad Amir

Ex- English cricketer, Mike Brearley has presented his assistance to suspended Pakistani youngster, Mohammad Amir by saying that the fast bowler should be shown leniency over his claimed participation in spot fixing.

Amir, along with Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were handed prison phrases right after their link with book maker, Mazhar Majeed after all conspired to deceive and accept money for by choice fixing facets of game a year ago against England.

Brearley, who captained England with his imaginative imagining, was talking at the Voice of Cricket Lecture as the World Cricket Summit in Mumbai and was wanting to see both sides of the coin.”We also require to understand that the stress put on the young player by unlawful bookies or their representatives, or by their corrupt team mates, can be daunting,” says Brearley.

“I don’t believe the entire reality has been told yet, or can be told. Mohammad Amir, who was subject to pressure and was, I think, uninterested in any unlawful financial gain, should’ve been, and I believe should now be, handled extra leniently.”

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