Previous Pakistan skipper Salman Butt has marked for Dhaka Premier League side Mohammedan Sporting Club in the wake of securing a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), ESPNcricinfo gave an account of Monday.
Butt, 33, was allegedly among a few Pakistani cricketers, who took an interest or intended to take part in Ajman All Stars — an unsanctioned private T20 competition in which the International Cricket Council as of late discovered ‘solid proof’ of debasement.
Butt revealed to DawnNews he traveled to the UAE yet wound up not taking part, albeit some did not concur with his adaptation, guaranteeing that Butt had really played a match in the spoiled T20 class.
The PCB, be that as it may, cleared him of any bad behavior and issued him a NOC, lining which he joined with Mohammedan to take part in Bangladesh’s List-A competition.
“It’s great to be here after quite a while,” Butt told ESPNcricinfo. “Bangladesh throughout the years has turned into an excellent cricket-playing nation. They have lifted their amusement and demonstrated that over and over, and this all accompanies an aggressive local structure.”
He proceeded with, “Mohammedan is a club with a considerable measure of history behind it, with a ton of Pakistani greats having played for them in past, and I seek have the capacity to contribute well after them. Shakib [Al Hasan] will lead the group and I trust it would have any kind of effect in the season.”
Butt was initially expected to commander Lahore in the progressing National One-Day Cup, however differences over player determination with the Lahore City Cricket Association saw him avoid the competition.