PM’s Brother Represents Asif Ahead of Corruption Charges

January 5, 2011

According to reports from the Daily Telegraph, symptoms the brother of UK Prime Minister David Cameron will represent shamed Pakistani cricketer Mohammed Asif, who faces corruption charges from the International Cricket Council (ICC).

The hearing will commence in Qatar on January 6 where Asif will be joined by compatriots Muhammed Amir and ex-Pakistan captain, Salman Butt. If found guilty, the men could face bans of between five years and life from the game after allegations were made of the trio during a Test match tour of England last year.