Asif fails in drugs test conducted by IPL

August 26, 2008

The IPL (Indian Premier League) of late has confessed that Pakistani Cricketer Mohammad Asif has been convicted guilty as per the report conducted by IDTM, the independent laboratory in Sweden that conducts drug tests.

The IPL committee has also confirmed that a report has already been sent to the franchise of the player called Delhi Daredevils as well as to the Pakistan Cricket Board. The organizing committee has also announced that the 3 member IPL Drugs Tribunal committee will have Sunil Gavaskar along with a lawyer and a doctor. If Asif is found to be guilty, then severe action will be taken against him.

Some months ago, Asif was detained at the Dubai International Airport for carrying contraband drugs just after playing the IPL, famous T 20 cricket tournament in India. Thus this issue has become more critical now and the PCB has also constituted a 3-men committee to investigate the case of the Pak bowler.

Posted by Dheeruyadav  

2 comments:

A second offence for performance enhancing drugs is unforgivable.

Strong action needs to be taken because he did not learn a thing after escaping sanction last time on a technicality.

It is a shame as he is a fine cricketer but I suppose with mentors like Shoaib Akhtar, Asif was always going to be led up the wrong path.

nestaquin said...
August 27, 2008 at 5:54 PM  

Asif is a gem of cricketer, but because he is a good cricketer he can't escape after committing crime or bad things. I think he should be punished strongly and should not be permitted to play in any form of the cricket.

theposterboy said...
August 28, 2008 at 1:16 PM  

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