PUNE (India) - Salman Butt, the suspended Pakistani Test captain was represented by former Pakistani cricketer, Aftab Gul (he played in 6 Tests for Pakistan from 1969 to 1971) in Dubai at the ICCs hearing against his provisional suspension. Another cricket-player, though not international, will represent the batsman in the hearing, scheduled to take place in Doha (Qatar) early next month. Yasin Patel, the 34-year-old Barrister by profession, is a captain of the Hainault & Clayhall Cricket Club which is affiliated with the Essex Cricket Board, preparing defence-case for Salman Butt. This year Patels club played 17 league games, winning 6, losing 6 and drew five matches. Yasin Patel is also an Adviser to Gujarati Metropolitan Cricket League in Britain. Interestingly the lawyers forefathers were Indians, living in Mumbai but had then settled in Britain. I can talk in Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi. Language, religion and culture are immaterial, it is important how the client is represented, he said exclusively from London. Studied at University of Kent at Canterbury (English and History with Honours), Yasin Patel is attached with the UK-based law firm-25 Bedford Row. His areas of practice are: All Criminal Defence, all aspects of Prison Law, Extradition and Civil Actions against the Police, Inquests, Regulatory Work and Public and Administrative Law and Football Banning Orders. Salman Butt is not the first cricketer as a client on his list. I can not name my clients but I fought cases for one Asian and another English player in the past. I dont know who recommended my name to Salman Butt, but perhaps he may have been advised by a few players or advocates, he further added. For obvious reasons, Yasin Patel did not want to disclose the defence-line for his client, Butt. We are filing our reply to the ICC in next couple of days. What I can say now only is that Salman Butt is not guilty but the final decision will rest with the ICC tribunal. , he signed off. Few other barristers and lawyers from Pakistan, Aitzaz Ahsan and Shahid Saeed are also preparing a solid defence for Butt for the ICC hearing. Michael Beloff, who chairs the ICCs Code of Conduct Commission, will head the tribunal that will hear the case, along with fellow code of conduct commissioners Justice Albie Sachs of South Africa and Kenyas Sharad Rao.