Saturday, May 3, 2008

Mohammed Yousuf: ICL or IPL or Lancashire?

Pakistani controversial player Mohammed Yousuf join Lancashire after when an arbiter passed an interim order that restraining him from participating in the Indian Premier League. Now, according to an Indian Cricket League lawyer, he is the subject of a legal order banning him from playing in the Indian Premier League.

Yousuf and ICL are caught up in legal wrangle. Mohammed Yousuf was expected to hear on Wednesday whether he was allowed to join the IPL after appearing unauthorized Indian Cricket League.

Hitesh Jain, a lawyer working on behalf of the ICL, told the Times of India: "Justice Dr BP Saraf passed an interim order restraining Yousuf from participating in IPL in any manner."

However, he signed for IPL and PCB struggle hard to play in this tournament, but he was not picked up by any of the IPL franchise team.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has granted him permission to play for Lancashire.
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