Wasim Akram has returned home to Pakistan to brief cricket officials on match-fixing allegations rather than clear his name
, according to his agent.
DRUG CHARGE How we reported the story in Mirror Sport CASE TO ANSWER Kenny is fighting to clear his name
CASE TO ANSWER Kenny is fighting to clear his name
He says he will mount a vigorous defence to clear his name
and is anxious to be given the immediate full support of his team as he prepares for next Monday's live TV clash with Derby.
But Mr May, a 32-year-old commercial analyst for PowerGen in Coventry, claimed he was made a scapegoat by the French authorities and vowed to clear his name
with an appeal.
IRELAND Olympic hopeful Andrew Bree vowed to clear his name
last night - and blamed cough mixture for his failed drugs test.
FORMER left-wing MP Ron Brown is begging to be tried for treason - so he can clear his name
ROYLE Family star Ricky Tomlinson is fighting to clear his name
35 years after being jailed.
Home Secretary Jack Straw has been urged to help a Scots pensioner clear his name
46 years after he was branded a murderer.
THE family of a former policeman who died last year in jail while trying to clear his name
say their campaign has been given a boost.
Grace, 68, of Girvan, has made it her crusade to clear his name
. She said: "He wasn't a coward.
A SCOTS councillor famous for dressing up as Santa is launching a pounds 20,000 bid to clear his name
after being convicted of racially abusing a Welshman.
ASHLEY COLE will launch a legal battle to clear his name
which could bring down the transfer system.
KEITH CURLE is determined to fight to clear his name
over allegations he bullied a young Mansfield trainee into doing a weightlifting circuit.
Hanratty went to the gallows protesting his innocence and his family and supporters have been fighting to clear his name
. Last year Hanratty's body was exhumed from its burial plot at Carpenders Park, near Watford, and tests confirmed it was his DNA on a fragment of Miss Storie's knickers and a handkerchief wrapped around the murder weapon.
DEVASTATED Scots skier Alain Baxter's fight to clear his name
will start next week.