ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistan cricket team manager Yawar Saeed, who held the post during the 2010 England tour when the team was hit by a spot-fixing scandal, has died of a brain tumour, his family said Thursday. Saeed, 80, was the son of Pakistan's first-ever captain Mian M Saeed and the brother-in-law of former captain Fazal Mahmood. But he was best known for his role as team manager during the spot-fixing scandal, when three Pakistani players -- Salman Butt, M Asif and M Amir -- were charged with accepting money for bowling deliberate no-balls during the Lord's Test against England.