Danish Kaneria approaches PCB to lift ban, and allow him to play domestic cricket again

I have not only suffered financially but mentally and emotionally as well, Kaneria.

Right-arm leg spinner known for his well-disguised googly, Danish Kaneria, has requested The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to withdraw his life ban and has sought permission to play domestic cricket.

Danish Kaneria took Twitter to confirm that an appeal has been filed.

In the letter, he highlighted that he has publically apologized, and mentioned that he has not only suffered financially but mentally and emotionally as well. He requested The PCB to let him take part in Pakistan’s domestic cricket at least.

“Through my legal team, I appealed to the Pakistan Cricket Board to remove my life ban. According to the ICC code, I have asked The PCB to plead my case, at least I am allowed to play domestic (sic),” he said along with the letter addressed to PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani.

The 39-year-old also emphasized that he is willing to “undergo any and all educational, rehabilitative, or other related programs.”

The young pacer, who bagged 261 wickets in just 61 Tests made an appearance in 18 One-day Internationals (ODIs). Kaneria was found guilty for his involvement in the Mervyn Westfield spot-fixing case and therefore The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) banned him for life.

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