Ashraful banned for 8 years

Ashraful, Vincent & Lokuarachchi BANNED

Former bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful has been banned from taking part in any authorised cricket tournament around the globe for 8 years by BPL anti- corruption committee for his involvement in spot and match fixing in the second season of Bangladesh Premier League. Ban of 5 years is minimum and thereafter he will be sentenced for suspension of 3 more years which could be absolved if he takes part in any authorized anti-corruption education or rehabilitation camp under ICC during the eight years. Ashraful has also been fined with $US 12,280.

Two more international players named Lou Vincent, former NZ batsman and Sri-lanka batsman Kaushal Lokurachchi gets a ban of 3 years and 1 and a half year respectively for not reporting to the council after being approached by the bookie. Dhaka Gladiator’s managing director Shihab Chowdhury also found guilty was banned for 10 years which says that he cannot be a part of any cricketing activity around the world.

The players who were involved in the wrongdoings can further appeal to disciplinary body of BCB.

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