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    Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

    Although most of us saw it coming it's not a good sign for Pak anyway ......


    Shabbir reported for suspect action

    Cricinfo staff
    May 29, 2005

    Shabbir Ahmed, the Pakistan seamer, has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action, for the third in his career, following the end of the first Test match between West Indies and Pakistan in Barbados.

    The report was made by David Shepherd and Darrell Hair, the TV umpire, Basil Morgan, and the Match Referee, Ranjan Madugalle. Madugalle has informed both the ICC and the Pakistan team management of the report.

    Madugalle said: "The match officials had concerns with the action used by the bowler at certain stages during both innings when viewing it with the naked eye. This assessment has led the team of officials to request the ICC to commission a biomechanical report into the bowler's action in accordance with the new process introduced earlier this year."

    The report will be handled under the ICC's recently revised bowling review process. Shabbir will now undergo independent analysis of his action by a member of the ICC's panel of human movement specialists. This will take place as soon as practically possible, and within a maximum period of 21 days from receipt by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) of formal notice of the report by the ICC, together with copies of the relevant match tapes from the Barbados Test.

    Within 14 days of the independent analysis being carried out, the appointed specialist will supply the ICC with a written report advising the outcome of the bio-mechanical assessment. This will confirm whether the bowler's action falls within, or exceeds, the 15 degrees of permitted elbow straightening, a report will then be sent of the PCB.

    Shabbir will be allowed to play international cricket up to this point, at the discretion of his board. He was previously reported for a suspect action after his first ODI, in Toronto, during September 1999, and then in January 2004, following an ODI against New Zealand, in Wellington.

    Cricinfo

    http://content.cricinfo.com/wivpak/c...ry/210149.html

    #2
    Re: Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

    Yep, we all knew it. It was clearly visible.
    charah saazon se alag hai mayar mera kay main
    zakham khaaonga tou kuch aur nikhar jaaonga

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      #3
      Re: Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

      like it matters he bowled horribly

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        #4
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        told ya!!

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          #5
          Re: Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

          shoaib will be jumping with joy after reading this....
          Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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            #6
            Re: Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

            Here we go again....poor shabbir, needs to be consoled for his continued drift with officials over his bowling action.

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              #7
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              Originally posted by armughal
              shoaib will be jumping with joy after reading this....
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              Keun janab,,,
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                #8
                Re: Shabbir Ahmad's Bowling Action reported again

                it was due bhayeee..it was pretty evident by the way he bowled a couple of deliveries... he does turn his elbow and hand for sure..

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