LAHORE - Fast bowler Muhammad Asif submitted a written statement to the fact-finding committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board which met at Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. According to a PCB official Raza Rashid, the fact-finding committee is likely to meet next week to discuss future course of action. Earlier, the committee, headed by PCB Chief Operating Officer Shafqat Nagmi, in its first meeting on Thursday reviewed the reports received from Dubai and had asked Mohammad Asif to appear before the committee. The other members of the three-member committee are Director HR Nadeem Akram and Director Cricket operations Zakir Khan. Asif spent 19 days in detention in the United Arab Emirates last month for carrying contraband substance on his return from the Indian Premier League.