Disgraced former Pakistan captain Salim Malik on Thursday said he has applied for the job of national batting coach, insisting he is not barred after a court lifted his life ban four years ago.  

 

Malik, 49, was banned by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in 2000 after a judicial inquiry conducted by Justice Malik Mohammad Qayyum found him guilty of offering bribes to Australian players to lose, said a AFP report.

 

Australian trio Shane Warne, Tim May and Mark Waugh alleged Malik offered them huge sums to underperform during their team's tour to Pakistan in 1994.

 

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