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Whatmore in city as commentator
New Age Bangladesh

Whatmore in city as commentator

Former Bangladesh cricket team coach Dav Whatmore (L), who has come to Bangladesh to commentate in the Test series between the hosts and Zimbabwe, is seen with Masharafee bin Murtaza at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Friday.— New age photo ... New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Whatmore warns against Bangladesh complacency The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago

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New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago

Mohsin didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf

Cricket Board (PCB), Zaka Ashraf has claimed that they only appointed Australian Dav Whatmore as the head coach of the national team in 2012 after then serving coach Mohsin Khan didn't respond to the board. Mohsin, a former Test batsman, served as chief ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Mohsin Khan didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf  Zee News1 month ago Mohsin Khan Did Not Respond to Pak Coaching Job Call: Zaka Ashraf  NDTV1 month ago Mohsin Khan didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf  Topnews.in1 month ago

63 not out forever

Phillip Hughes' career in pictures The cricketing world was united in grief at the passing away of Phil Hughes on Thursday (November 27). Hughes, who would have turned 26 on November 30, was struck in the head by a bouncer during a Sheffield Shield ...
 MSN UK21 hours ago Australia cricketers pay tribute to Hughes  Yahoo! News South Africa1 day ago Cricketers mourn Hughes death  Sify1 day ago

Asanka: I Would Love To Serve SL Cricket

In most sports it is the flamboyant players that are always remembered and the hard work and efforts of the other performers though equally crucial are often forgotten. Asanka Gurusinha, one of the heroes of our World Cup winning team, was the ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader5 days ago
WA Today

The anti-rock stars of cricket

Roughly 40 years ago there were two national Australian cricket teams existing in seemingly parallel universes: the glamorous, "rock-star" realm of World Series Cricket and the harsh reality of traditional Test cricket, suddenly depicted as stodgy ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago The anti-rock stars of Test cricket  WA Today2 weeks ago Establishment Boys: the anti-rock stars of Australian cricket  WA Today2 weeks ago Test cricket's anti-rock stars  WA Today2 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

'Patience will be key'

Mushfiqur Rahim will lead the Tigers for the 18th time in Test cricket, equalling Habibul Bashar's feat, when Bangladesh take on Zimbabwe in Khulna today. Photo: FIROZ AHMED The last time Bangladesh played a Test match in Khulna, it was Abul ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Atapattu takes fresh guard

For Indians, Marvan Atapattu was always the second-fiddle, the dogged yet elegant stylist who caressed cricket balls with a sense of forbearing while all around him were trying to smash it to bits. The man who will always be remembered as the ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago Marvan Atapattu takes fresh guard  Indian Express4 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Gazi's suspected bowling action to be checked

MUMBAI, Oct 26: Saqlain Mushtaq's contact, which has expired this week for working with Saeed Ajmal's bowling action, will again be reviewed, if necessary, and the bowler will continue to work with his action but is not sure when he would return to ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago Salahuddin to use newly developed software to work with Sohag Gazi's suspected bowling action  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Rare favourites tag for Bangladesh

Ten months into 2014 and Zimbabwe will only play their second Test of the year. Brendan Taylor will lead out a team full of spunk, something that Michael Clarke's Australia would vouch for after losing to them in an ODI recently. Zimbabwe's ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago

What more can you ask for?

The national players at the indoor and the journalists present at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday encountered a pleasant surprise after meeting former Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore who literally popped up from nowhere. Whatmore, who ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
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