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Play on-line with your English or Australian domestic team. Sign reserve overseas players and specialist 20 over players. Improved vice-captain when skipping matches. International Cricket Captain is back for the fascinatingly poised 2010 season. With up to date competitions, greater realism, and packed with features and stats, Cricket Captain 2010 will once again raise the bar in cricket management gaming. Take control of your favourite side from the English County, International or Australian Domestic system. You control your team's fortunes.
Have you got what it takes to be a world champion? International Cricket Captain 2010 is the most detailed, accurate and exhilarating version yet of the number one cricket management simulator. We're very excited to bring you a game which not only builds on the iconic series, but takes it to a new level. Can you succeed in the most realistic English domestic season yet, while taking your favourite national side to be top of the test championship? You can also try your hand in the most competitive domestic circuit in the world in the brand new Australian domestic season. Offering greater control than ever, you will be instantly immersed as you battle to take your side to the top. Whether it is developing your youth players to be the next superstar, or signing the very best cricketers in the world, the Cricket Captain experience has never been so rich.
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Disgraced former Pakistan cricket captain Salman Butt has been released from prison early, his lawyers confirmed today. The ex-Test captain was jailed for 30 months at Southwark Crown Court in November for match-fixing. But he was released last night, his lawyers, 25 Bedford Row, said. The 27-year-old was the orchestrator of a plot to bowl deliberate no-balls in the Lord's Test against England last summer. His teammates Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were also jailed for bowling the fraudulent no-balls, but have since been released. Mazhar Majeed, 36, the corrupt London-based sports agent at the heart of the fixing scandal, was jailed for two years and eight months.
Former world number two Test bowler Asif, 29, was freed from Canterbury Prison last month after serving half his sentence. Amir, 19, who had been tipped to become one of the all-time great fast bowlers, was released from Portland Prison in Dorset in February after serving half of his six-month sentence. All three players are serving five-year bans from cricket imposed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
It is believed Butt has been deported because he was freed under the early removal scheme, which allows foreign nationals to be released up to nine months before their normal release date as long as they are deported. A Prison Service spokeswoman said: 'We do not comment on the release date of individual prisoners. Download Arabic Language Windows Xp Without Cd more. 'Under the early removal scheme, foreign national prisoners may be removed up to nine months before their normal release date, providing they are being deported from the UK.' Butt's lawyers said the opening batsman was leaving for Pakistan today and was expected to land in the early hours of tomorrow morning local time. They said in a statement: 'Today, following his release from HMP Canterbury, Salman Butt will be returning to Pakistan accompanied by his barrister, Yasin Patel. They are expected to land in Pakistan at 3am on Friday June 22 2012. 'Butt's early release has been obtained by the efforts of his legal team and in particular Yasin Patel.
'The former Pakistan Test cricket captain will return to his homeland following his conviction and sentence in the United Kingdom back in November 2011 at the Southwark Crown Court. 'It is expected that, on his return, he will work with his barrister in relation to the next step in his endeavours to return to the cricketing world.'
Butt's barrister, Yasin Patel, said the cricketer was 'tired and jaded' but would begin his efforts to return to the sport. He said: 'Salman Butt has had to endure a great deal of suffering, strain, pressure and humiliation over many months, both personally and on behalf of his family. 'His return back home will allow Salman to spend time with his family and relatives. He will get to see and hold his son whom he has not seen since his birth in November last year. 'He can now return to his beloved homeland, start to rebuild his reputation and begin the long process in his efforts to return back to top-level cricket.
He is tired and jaded. 'Once he has had a little rest, you can rest assured that Salman Butt will talk to the media when the time is right.' The fixing scandal emerged after an undercover News of the World reporter approached Mazhar Majeed in August 2010 pretending to be a wealthy Indian businessman seeking major international cricketers for a tournament. The sports agent was secretly filmed accepting £150,000 in cash from the journalist as part of an arrangement to rig games. Majeed promised the reporter that Asif and Amir would deliver three no-balls at specific points during the Test between Pakistan and England at Lord's from August 26 to 29 2010. He claimed he had been carrying out fixing for two and a half years and had seven players from Pakistan's national side working for him.
Explaining why he bowled a no-ball when Majeed said he would, Asif alleged that Butt told him: 'Run faster, f*****', moments before his delivery. PA • More about: • • • • • •. How to disable your ad blocker for independent.co.uk Adblock / Adblock Plus • Click the Adblock/Adblock Plus icon, which is to the right of your address bar. • On Adblock click 'Don't run on pages on this domain'.
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