LAHORE: Former International Cricket Council (ICC) elite panel umpire Asad Rauf has started trading in clothes at Linda Bazaar in Lahore. “Former ICC Umpire Asad Rauf started Trading Clothes in Landa Bazaar”
In an interview to Cricket Pakistan, former Pakistan umpire Asad Rauf said, “Aleem Dar and I have been the
umpires of the ICC Elite Panel for two years. Can be done.
“I have been charge with spot-fixing but no one has been able to prove it,” he said. I was not assure that I would be able to present my case.
The former ICC elite umpire said: “We have never been approach by the ICC for the training of umpires.
If we were ask to offer any services, we would gladly train, but when no one is interest, we train someone by force.”
Can’t be give.
Former ICC Umpire Asad Rauf started Trading Clothes in Landa Bazaar
The former Pakistani umpire said that he does not feel any shame in doing the job of Linde but he does it with pride.
Asad Rauf faced spot-fixing charges in 2013 after which his career took a turn for the worse.
The ICC reacted immediately and removed him from the panel of match officials for the 2013 Champions Trophy.
Accused of illegal betting on September 21, 2013, convicted of fraud and embezzlement.
The former umpire did not report any mistakes during this period but his career came to an end.
He officiated for five consecutive seasons in India’s own Indian Premier League (IPL) and was select for the 2011 World Cup.
Asad Rauf served on the ICC panel from 2006 to 2013.