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ICC chief Abbas wants BCCI to consider Pak players for IPL

Pakistani players would raise status of IPL: Zaheer Abbas

India TV Sports Desk [ Published on: 25 May 2016, 18:05:59] Karachi:Zaheer Abbas, president of the International Cricket Council (ICC), has said that he would ask Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to consider including Pakistani players in the ... IndiaTV News, 8 hours ago

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PCB chief leaves players upset

Karachi, May 24 Senior Pakistani cricketers have taken great umbrage at Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan's remarks that the absence of educated players in the national team has led to the recent poor performances. Senior ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago 'Cricket is my degree': Senior 'uneducated' Pakistan players upset with PCB chief's remarks  Firstpost.com1 day ago Pakistan Team Upset With PCB Chairman's 'Lack of Education' Comment  IBNLive1 day ago Education remarks upset players  The Freepress Journal18 hours ago
ABP Live

Zaheer Abbas to request BCCI to allow Pakistan players in IPL

ICC Pressident Zaheer Abbas (left) with former BCCI president N Srinivasan. (ICC file photo) Karachi: International Cricket Council President Zaheer Abbas has said that he would ask the BCCI top brass to consider having Pakistani players in the ...
 ABP Live10 hours ago ICC President to request BCCI to allow Pakistan players in IPL  ABP Live9 hours ago
United News of India

Pak players peeved at Shaharyar's education remarks

Karachi, May 24 (UNI) Senior Pakistani cricketers were annoyed at the remarks made by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan that the lack of educated players in the national team has resulted to recent poor performances. Senior batsman Muhammad Hafeez said ...
 United News of India1 day ago

Get Rid of Selfish Players, Former Pakistan Captains Urge Arthur

File image of Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur. (Photo Credit: ) Karachi: Two former Pakistan captains have advised the new head coach Mickey Arthur to get rid of 'selfish' players in the team and avoid too many statements in the media. Rashid ...
 IBNLive4 days ago Stuart Broad secures first place in ICC test player rankings  Dunya News3 days ago Avoid too many media statements: Rashid Latif warns Mickey Arthur of unforgiving Pakistan fans  Firstpost.com5 days ago Former cricketers urge Arthur to get rid of selfish players  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
The Express Tribune

Coach Mickey Arthur should avoid controversies, say former Pak captains

Rashid Latif, former Pakistani cricket player, said that the new coach Mickey Arther should keep a low profile and avoid giving too many statements.
 DNA5 days ago Mickey Arthur should tone down comments on Pakistan: Rashid Latif  International Business Times UK4 days ago Arthur urged to slow down with statements, focus on demanding job  DAWN Group4 days ago Arthur should tone down statements on Pakistan cricket, says Rashid Latif  The Express Tribune5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan batsman Sharjeel Khan haunted by blackmailers

Pakistan opener Sharjeel Khan, who played in the recent Asia Cup T20 and ICC World Twenty20, has accused unknown persons of threatening him with a video. Sharjeel claimed the video was tampered. File photo of Sharjeel Khan. (Reuters Photo) ...
 India Today1 week ago Pakistan cricketer Sharjeel Khan gets blackmail threats over fake videos  catchnews.com1 week ago Someone trying to blackmail me with tampered video: Pakistan's Sharjeel Khan  Firstpost.com1 week ago Pak opener Sharjeel Khan says 'unknown entities' are blackmailing him with tampered videos  DNA India1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Arthur will either reshape Pakistan cricket or leave within 8 months: Shoaib

Former fast-bowler says South Africa­n has all creden­tials to change attitu­de and mind set of player­s Mickey Arthur will join the Pakistan cricket team by the end of May. PHOTO: AFP Former fast-bowler Shoaib Akhtar believes ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Reshape the Pakistan team or resign, Shoaib Akhtar tells Mickey Arthur  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago First eight months will decide Mickey Arthur's future ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Mickey Arthur has eight months to make it or break it, says outspoken Akhtar  Business Recorder2 weeks ago

'Sachin Knows Everything'

Pakistan ex-captain Rashid Latif has been a central figure in implicating some of the top players of his country in match-fixing. Much of Latif's charges have been borne out in events of the past few months. As far back as '97, Latif had maintained ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Sad to see Pakistani players not being able to showcase talent in IPL: Shoaib Akhtar

Pakistani players were part of the inaugural season of the tournament in 2008, but following the Mumbai terror attacks the same year, the Indian government restricted their participation in the tournament from next season onwards.
 Zee News1 week ago Shoaib Akhtar tweets picture with SRK over IPL's ban on Pakistani players  Pakistan Today1 week ago Shoaib shares iconic image with SRK to highlight what's missing in IPL  The Express Tribune1 week ago Shoaib shares iconic image to highlight what's missing in IPL  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
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