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    PAKISTAN'S team manager Yawar Saeed has revealed three players - including team captain Salman Butt - had their mobile telephones confiscated by police last night.

    Scotland Yard has launched a probe following our revelations that a number of Pakistan players were implicated in spot-fixing during the fourth Test against England at Lord's.


    Police visited the Pakistan team hotel yesterday evening, and Saeed confirmed three players were interviewed.

    Saeed, who said the tour would continue with one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches against England, said the players gave up their telephones to officers.

    "Telephones yes, only these three gentlemen. The police have taken their mobile phones away," Saeed said.

    Saeed named the players as "the skipper (Butt), and Asif and the third one was Mohammed Aamer".

    Team manager confirms players have been grilled

    In the most sensational sporting scandal ever, bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif delivered THREE blatant no-balls to order.

    Their London-based fixer Mazhar Majeed, who let us in on the betting scam for 150,000, crowed "this is no coincidence" before the bent duo made duff deliveries at PRECISELY the moments promised to our reporter.

    Armed with our damning dossier of video evidence, Scotland Yard launched their own probe into the scandal.

    Last night three players - captain Salman Butt, and bowlers Amir and Asif hade their mobile phones seized by officers.

    Last edited by Caasanova; 08-29-2010 at 10:20 PM.
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