Amir's remorse only came after he was found guilty.
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He cooperated by admitting guilt before trial (Furby), cooperating with police and ICC.
Meanwhile Westfield gets a deal for providing evidence against Kenaria, and still not enough evidence for it to go to trial. Amir should be allowed to play domestic like Westfield, otherwise it's hugely unfair.
Fixing a Test is worse than doing it in a domestic game for mine
If he has co-operated fully then Amir does deserve a break, but I doubt he has, as I'm not aware that he's offered to give evidence against anyone else
But does he have anything on anyone? He was lured in by senior players and he has admitted this many times.
The fact that the punishment was ridiculously weak is unfortunately now a footnote in history.
I still reiterate that by playing club cricket when he was clearly banned, Amir hasn't co-operated properly.
Incidentally Westfield's professional ban was actually the same as Amir's (5 years) and that still stands. They're just allowing him to play club cricket from next year as he has co-operated considerably and will presumably continue to assist the anti-corruption program.
Wow, never expected him and Buttocks to admit it. But too late!!! Terrible human being but such a wonderful bowler.
Last edited by Agent Nationaux; 25-07-2013 at 03:05 PM.
I expect they will be blaming their legal teams soon (very possibly with some justification)
They amount they spent on their defence. lol
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