- Gloucestershire indicators pacer Mohammad Amir on three-match deal.
- He’s going to be to be had in suits in opposition to Surrey, Hampshire, Somerset.
- “I like enjoying in English prerequisites,” the pacer says.
LONDON: English county cricket membership Gloucestershire introduced on Friday they’d signed former Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir on a three-match deal.
The 30-year-old, who performed 36 Checks, 61 one-day internationals and 50 Twenty20s, might be to be had for Gloucestershire’s County Championship department one sport in opposition to Surrey, Hampshire and Somerset.
Amir will supply quilt for fellow Pakistani bowler Naseem Shah, who has been dominated out of motion for the following month with a shoulder harm.
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Amir, who gained a five-year ban from cricket for his phase in a 2010 spot-fixing scandal, mentioned: “The County Championship is an ideal pageant and I will be able to’t wait to get going with Gloucestershire.
“I like enjoying in English prerequisites and I am feeling truly excellent, so I’m hoping I will be able to carry out smartly for the crew.”
Gloucestershire’s efficiency director Steve Snell mentioned: “We’re overjoyed to have signed a bowler of Amir’s calibre.
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“We will be able to unfortunately be with out Naseem for a couple of weeks because of harm and whilst we lend a hand him get again to complete health, Amir will supply us with high quality and global revel in in our seam assault for what is a sturdy first department pageant.”