The PCB has reportedly requested for compensation regarding Banned Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir’s five-year ban. The ICC five-member board that has been hired to deliberate the matter of Corruption might just consider PCB’s request of allowing Mohammad Amir to be involved in training facilities under the Board.
Mohammad Amir was imposed a suspension for five-years following his participation in Spot-fixing when the team visited England in 2010. However, the condition in his ban may be relaxed which would allow him to be all prepared to return to cricket when his ban ends in 2015. As per sources, PCB made the request to the ICC only because Mohammad Amir had complied with the conditions of the ban: not doing any more violation of the anti-corruption code and undergoing the ICC`s educational and rehabilitation programs.
Mohammad Amir will be available for national selection from Sept. 3, 2015, and the PCB sought the relaxation of several conditions so that he could be able to play when his ban ends, rather than spend more months in training.