Yasir Hameed exclusive: he reads the News of the World

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Yasir Hameed gets his facts wrong, but they're accepted anyway

Or he’s read other reports about the News of the World story. Or he’s overheard someone talking about it.

Yasir Hameed has been BLOWING THE LID OFF CRICKET CORRUPTION by repeating things he’s read in the News of the World to someone from the News of the World.

He’s been EXPOSING HIS CROOKED TEAMMATES by telling the News of the World what they’ve been writing about recently.

Hameed confirms that the Sydney Test was fixed. Where was his information from? Well, he wasn’t on the tour. It’s just what he’s heard. And were these players fixing every match? He says he doesn’t know, but that’s what he’s read.

In the News of the World next week, Waqar Younis reveals how Yasir Hameed was secretly videoed talking to the News of the World.


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  1. There should be an anti-corruption rule that any player who sees another player reading NOTW immediately report the matter to the anti-corruption unit.

    We simply can’t have our pure and beloved cricketers corrupted by reading the News of the Screws.

  2. UPDATE: News of the World sees the News of the World reading itself, writes about it, reads itself and winks out of existence before popping back to cover this development. Yasir Hameed was unavailable for comment.

  3. He wouldn’t have been talking about it.

    They had to pretend that they were from Etihad so that they could prompt him.

  4. I visited my old mum this evening and she showed me the following article in the Torygraph:


    I particularly like the Shahid Afridi suggestion that Hameed has the mental age of a 15 year old.

    I was pretty good, cognitively, when I was 15. Not so sure about my cognition now.

    And I wonder where Afridi sits on the mental age scale.

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