I have no clue of IPL dope test: Asif

Updated: 17 July 2008 16:09 IST

The Pakistani pacer said he is baffled to see his name being dragged into the controversy even though there is no official confirmation.

New Delhi:

Although speculation is rife that Mohammad Asif is Indian Premier League's first dope offender, the Pakistani pacer said he is baffled to see his name being dragged into the controversy even though there is no official confirmation.

"I have no clue about the dope test report and I have not been informed about anything in this regards," a bemused Asif told to private news channel.

But sources in PCB have relived that: BCCI has written a letter to PCB giving details of the dope test as well as Mohammad Asif's name in it.

The embattled pacer, who was embroiled in a drug scandal in Dubai and served 19 days in detention for possessing contraband drugs, once again finds himself under the scanner.

Asif was intercepted at the Dubai airport, on his way home after playing for the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL.

In 2006, Asif, along with new ball colleague Shoaib Akhtar, had tested positive for nandrolone even though the duo escaped a ban.

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