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Pakistan's preparations for the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 were disrupted when Shoaib Akhtar was sent home by the team management for a dressing-room scuffle with Mohammad Asif. We bring you detailed coverage of the incident and what followed.
News - Shoaib handed fine and 13-match ban
News - Shoaib to face committee over Asif bust-up
News - Shoaib unlikely for South Africa Tests - Ashraf
News - Attack not accidental - Asif
News - Shoaib blames Afridi for spat
News - Asif injured in dressing-room spat
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