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Salman arrives to play for MS

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Salman arrives to play for MS
Salman Butt

Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt arrived in Dhaka yesterday afternoon to play for Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club in the ongoing Premier Cricket League.

Wasim Khan, a senior official of MSC confirmed their news and said, “Yes we brought him with a hope to play for the team in the entire league. At the moment we will not try any other overseas player until Salman stay for the team,” said Wasim a well  known cricket organiser of  the country.

“Earlier we tried to bring Sri Lankan Upul Thranga, but his board did not release him. We convinced to bring Salman after discussing with Pakistani criketer Babar Azan.”  

Salman will join the MSC nets today before making his DPL debut against Brothers Union tomorrow at BKSP Ground-3. Wasim further informed that Shamsur Rahman Shuvo will be the stand-in captain of the team place of Shakib Al Hasan who is still nursing his bruised little finger.

An earlier ESPNcricinfo.com, report adds:  Salman has been given a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) from the PCB to play in the Dhaka Premier League, Bangladesh's domestic List-A tournament, after the board cleared him of the controversy surrounding the privately organised Ajman All Stars tournament. Following the PCB's go ahead, Butt signed up with Mohammedan Sporting Club for the entire season, the first phase of which runs from February 5 to March 20.

"It's good to be here after a long time," Butt told ESPNcricinfo. "Bangladesh over the years has become a high quality cricket-playing country. They have lifted their game and proven that again and again, and this all comes with a competitive domestic structure.

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