Yousuf's lawyer moves application against ICL

Monday, January 28, 2008

Mohammad Yousuf's lawyer, Tafuzzal Rizvi, has moved an application against the Indian Cricket League (ICL), saying his client had returned the money paid to him before backing out of a contract and signing with the officially-sanctioned Indian Premier League (IPL).

In the application, Rizvi, who represented Yousuf at an arbitration hearing in Mumbai on January 24, insisted that there was "no contract" with the ICL as the money was "received back by the ICL without any objection".

Based on the application, the arbitrator has issued notices to the ICL, asking their legal team to appear before him on February 20 to provide their response.

Meanwhile, a PCB media release, while elaborating on the details of this case, says Yousuf's name will be included in the IPL bidding process on February 8, which is open to its eight city-based franchises.

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