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PCB restricted Amir to stay away from media  

LAHORE: As Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir is on his way for international return in September, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has restricted the fast bowler to stay away from media.

The star fast bowler who was allowed to play domestic cricket a bit earlier then the ban was over, had been scheduled to give an interview to a local channel but was stopped at the last movement by PCB.

According to sources, PCB restricted the bowler because he could say anything in the interview which would affect his international return.

It is pertinent to mention here that International Cricket Council (ICC) had banned Mohammad Amir for five year from any form of cricket but due to his contribution his ban ended six month earlier so he would be immediately available for selection in the team as ban end in September.

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