ASIF WAITS FOR JUSTICE FROM CAS
LAHORE: Pakistan’s disgraced pace bowler Mohammad Asif on Monday said he expects to get justice when his appeal against the ICC ban is heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in Geneva in February next year.
Asif said he was a victim of the bias of the PCB and the ICC, which he claims “influenced” the hearings in his court case in London.
“My appeal will be heard in February and I am confident I will get a fair hearing and the justice which I didn’t get from the International Cricket Council (ICC),” Asif told the reporters here.
Asif, who is serving a fiveyear ban from the ICC AntiCorruption tribunal, made a quiet return on Eid day to attend the funeral of his mentor and coach Mohiuddin Chishti.