Islamabad, Jan 11 (ANI): Pakistan cricket is now 'absolutely clean', team manager Naveed Akram Cheema has said ahead of the England Test series.
Pakistan arrived in Dubai for their first series against England since the infamous 2010 Lord's Test, with their team manager declaring the current team to be corruption-free.
"I'm absolutely clear and confident that the team are clean," The Telegraph quoted Cheema, as saying in Dubai.
"I think all those who were involved in the unfortunate incident have been imprisoned. As far is Wahab Riaz was concerned, there were no charges and that is what it is," he added.
Mohammed Aamir, along with team mates Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, were banned for a minimum of five years by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in February last year for their role in spot fixing.
Former captain Salman Butt and Mohammed Asif were jailed for 30 months and one year respectively by a London court in November for their part in the gambling-inspired plot.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Zaka Ashraf has said that Aamir, who is serving a six-month term in jail for spot-fixing elements of a Test match, could still have a future in international cricket. (ANI)