11.03.2011 [ESPN] - Only three players -- SalmanButt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir -- wound up being suspended. Akmal remains under intense scrutiny for another series of Moe, Larry and Curly errors in a Test match 14 months ago against Australia that allowed Michael
26.02.2011 [BBC Sport] - ... India tomorrow despite suffering a stomach upset - and in not-strictly-World-Cup-related news, Pakistan's SalmanButt and Mohammad Amir have filed appeals with the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the bans they were handed for spot-fixing.
17.03.2011 [Terra Perú] - Mohammad Aamer, Mohammad Asif, SalmanButt, junto a su agente, Mazhar Majeed, fueron acusados formalmente el pasado mes de "conspirar con el objetivo de obtener dinero fraudulento" y de hacer "trampas". Este jueves comparecieron en Londres para
(Punjabi/ , Salmān Baṭṭ; born 7 October 1984) is a former Pakistani cricketer who was jailed for his misconduct in 2011, and a regular Test and ODI left-handed opening batsman. He made his Test debut on 3 September 2003 in the third Test against Bangladesh, and a year later made his ODI debut against West Indies on 22 September 2004. He was appointed captain of the Pakistan Test squad on 16 July 2010. On 29 August 2010, he was implicated in allegations of spot-fixing. On 31 August 2010, he was stripped of the Pakistan Captaincy, and removed from the ODI Squad pending criminal proceedings. As of 5 February 2011, Butt is serving a 10-year ban, of which five years is a suspended sentence. In November 2011, Butt was convicted and jailed for 30 months for conspiracy charges relating to the spot-fixing, along with Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif. On June 21, 2012,he was released from Jail.
21.03.2011 [The Express Tribune] - If the amounts given to SalmanButt, Mohammed Aamir and Mohammed Asif for their spot-fixing is a good barometer of the going market rate for buying off corrupt players, then fixing the India-England match would have required a bookie to shell out north
21.03.2011 [Hindustan Times] - Unable to play international matches at home, tainted by a spot-fixing scandal that robbed them of the serv ices of SalmanButt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, add in the confusion over team and captain selections -- Pakistan cricket was in disarray.
18.03.2011 [Wall Street Journal] - Pakistan cricketers SalmanButt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir have been ordered to stand trial in a British court over spot-fixing allegations. Germany's government will present a clear timetable for a change in energy policy away from nuclear power
18.03.2011 [The News International] - LONDON: Pakistan cricketers SalmanButt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif will appear for trial at Southwark Crown Court here over charges of conspiracy. The trio appeared at the City of Westminster Magistrates Court on Thursday and were given
24.02.2011 [CITY A.M.] - If we do not, we face a very rocky future.” The call comes just weeks after three Pakistan cricketers, including former Test captain SalmanButt, were handed bans of up to 20 years after being found guilty of spot-fixing during last year's tour of England.
23.02.2011 [The National] - SalmanButt said he was delighted to "renew his ties with cricket" after he made his debut as a television pundit for Pakistan's opening World Cup match against Kenya. Last week the sport's governing body (ICC) said it was unhappy the banned former
10.03.2011 [BBC Sport (blog)] - Ironically, SalmanButt is batting. This may be an official ICC World Cup hotel but guests are unable to watch the matches because the subscription fee has not been paid! Instead, the choice of entertainment is either a restaurant with an out-of-tune
27.02.2011 [Daily Mail] - Also: SalmanButt will attend a magistrates' hearing in London next month to face criminal charges relating to alleged spot-fixing, the former Pakistan captain has confirmed. Johan Djourou has never played at Wembley, which is one reason he was so
26.02.2011 [De Gelderlander] - LAHORE - De Pakistaanse cricketers SalmanButt en Mohammad Amir gaan in beroep tegen hun schorsing bij het hoogste sporttribunaal CAS. De twee spelers hebben begin deze maand door een tribunaal van de internationale cricketfederatie zware straffen