Taunton: Three Pakistani cricketers in the middle of the creation of the complaints are to leave the team on Wednesday against his chief cricket and government authorities, de facto, who closed the computer.
Test captain Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir Mohammad Asif and more bowlers, leaving a training camp in Pakistan in Taunton, southwest England, and head to London for a meeting with officials.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said it will not be suspended while the allegations are being investigated, although its date of London means that are set to miss the next game, effectively delay the controversial decision of whether to play hard.
Pakistan are due to the lateral aspect of the county of Somerset, Taunton on Thursday in a preparatory match before their limited overs international against England. Butt, Amir and Asif are set to lose his head to hold talks with the president of the stock and Wajid Shamsul Hasan PCB Ijaz, Pakistan High Commissioner (ambassador) in Britain.
Its just the three players will not join the team until Friday at the earliest. It seems more likely that they play no further role in the trip. After warmup Somerset, Pakistan is faced with two Twenty20 matches against England in Cardiff on Sunday and Tuesday, followed by five one-day internationals.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has promised a ‘swift and decisive action’ if ‘instead of fixing’ allegations by the newspaper’s best-selling Great Britain has been proven.
Customs officials in Britain said they had been arrested and jumped two men and a woman on Sunday “as part of an ongoing investigation into money laundering.” A source confirmed the arrests were linked to cricket scandal.
They was a man and a woman , both aged 35, from Croydon in south London, and a 49 year old man from Wembley, north-west London. "These people were arrested, interrogated and were rescued until complementary investigation, "Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs said in a statement.
News of the World tabloid said Mazhar Majeed, an officer of 35 years Croydon-based players on Pakistan has taken several £ 150,000 (€ 185,000, $ 230,000) to provide for deliberate non-balls to be played on specific points in the final test match against England in London last week. The information will be of enormous value to the industry paris place where money is wagered on specific incidents at matches.
The weekly produces audiovisual recordings of their relations with Majeed on their website and printed transcripts of interviews and pictures.
Majeed has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud bookmakers following the charges but was released on bail without charge on Sunday, to return at a later date. Detectives interviewed Butt, Asif and the miracle of 18, Amir, who has not issued bulletproof – usually a random event, unpredictable – and the police confiscated their mobile phones.
Pakistan has a training session at the County Ground in Taunton on Tuesday, but journalists were barred at the request of the Pakistani team. Somerset chief executive Richard Gould told AFP: "I think that in these circumstances, we understand." A world of cricket has reacted with shock and dismay at claims that huge sums of money changed hands in the alleged fixing of international regimes related to the ring paris ladles. Investigators from the ICC against corruption and security unit in the United Kingdom to investigate allegations.-AFP