Reckon Amir will plead "young and impressionable" and get off with a slap on the wrist for this. But Asif with his chequered history...this might be the last time we see him play...
I would be satisfied with life bans for Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir if they are found guilty. In the case of Mohammad Asif, it seems like the idiot doesn't learn. From steroids to being caught with illegal drugs in the Middle East and now match fixing, he needs to be banned from the game.
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FFS, he's eighteen, not eight, he's not a child, if he's old enough to play cricket for his country, he's old enough to be banned from it.
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If the excuse that "I'm too young/unworldly/uneducated" is going to be allowed, then we need to think about this another way and impose age and educational restrictions on who can play international cricket. Otherwise we can simply say "you're 18+, you're playing with the big kids, taking the big kid rewards, and with the big kid rules"
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I also think that there needs to be some sort of deterrant to prevent other young players from going down the same path. If you are going to sell yourself out, sell your team out and sell your country out you are going to get banned for life. There should be no excuses.
Agreed with everything above. Realistically the only thing that can save Amir from a very, very long ban is if he wasn't actually taking money, but was rather merely "following orders".
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This sucks ****ing balls.
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