- Highlights1Azhar supported Sreesanth sand said that he can still make a comeback to cricket2Sreesanth was arrested on charges of spot fixing during the 2013 IPL3Kerala High Court has lifted the life ban imposed on Sreesanth by the BCCIS Sreesanth received some good news this week with the Kerala High court asking the Board of control for cricket in India (BCCI) to lift his life ban.
- The BCCI Committee of administrators (COA) in a meeting today did not take any decision on the matter saying they were awaiting legal advice.Sreesanth, who is serving a BCCI life ban for IPL spot fixing allegations back in 2013, following a BCCI internal inquiry, however, found some support in former skipper Mohammed Azharuddin.
- The former captain too was absolved of match fixing charges in 2012 with the Andhra Pradesh High court ruling BCCI life ban illegal and unsustainable.Speaking at the launch of a gaming app under his name, Azhar, cutting short a question, if comeback from a life ban is tough, said, “Now that the order is here.
- Very few bowlers could land the ball on the seam like him,” he reminisced in praise.BCCI has been sitting over the high court ruling on Azhar, neither challenging it nor revoking the ban.
- In response to Azhar’s plea asking for his retirement benefits to be released, the BCCI COA in a meeting today referred the matter to the general body.