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Sure, reduce ban and let him cheat again. The whole defence of “he is young, so he should be forgiven” is balderdash. The voting age in Pakistan is 18, so Pakistan as a nation feels that if a person reaches the age of 18 he knows what is right for his/her country. The age for issuing a person a driver’s license in Pakistan is also 18, so if a person reaches the age of 18 he is deemed responsible enough towards life and property. I am sure for a team that is bound by religion, Amir is guilty of a sin in Islam’s eyes. Irrespective of Amir’s background he is culpable from several points of view: his country trusted him, and he failed it. For those who feel the punishment should be lenient, he is getting off fairly easy. Even by the time his ban ends he is going to be just 23 24: young enough to resume his career, provided his country trusts him to not be involved in fixing again. Contrast this with Jadeja’s case, where a 5 year ban on insufficient evidence was overturned too late. Now they need good mentors for these guys to stay on the right course. Hats off to Umar gul for staying away from such issues. He must be the most under rated and under valued bowler from Pakistan.