LAHORE Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has refused to extend any support to pacer banned pacer M Aamir, whose five-year ban for involvement in spot-fixing could be extended by the ICC after he allegedly violated the terms of his suspension by turning up in a club game in England. Aamir who had created more trouble for himself by playing a club game in England recently of which International Cricket Council (ICC) has taken the notice and asked England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and relevant club to provide information. The PCB is reluctant to get involved in the issue now even if the ICC extended Aamirs ban, because last year when the ICC special task force was formed on Pakistan cricket, one of the conditions set forth to the PCB was that it would never show any sort of support for tainted players, a source revealed. The ECB has already ruled that the concerned match between Addington and St Lukes in a Surrey division one league fixture was a recognised one. The ECB has said that the Surrey League is affiliated to it, which makes it official cricket, even if it is at the lower end of the amateur game. Aamir had claimed his innocence insisting that he didnt know he was breaching his suspension terms by playing in what he thought was just a friendly village match. The PCB had written to its English counterpart when the issue first came up. And the ECB said it would get back after completing its investigations, but so far it has not sent anything, the source said.