Razzaq, who is these days playing league cricket in England, said that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) needed to appoint an aggressive, positive and seasoned player as captain for the World Cup to be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. "I think in present ... Jagran Post, 3 days ago
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New Delhi: Pakistan pace legend Wasim Akram has slammed English great Ian Botham for his call to scrape the Indian Premier League. Supporting his argument Wasim said that if English player played the IPL , they could have avoided the humiliation in ...Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago Lack of IPL hurts England - Akram News24, 1 week ago Wasim Akram swings it to Ian Botham over IPL hurting England Financial Express, 1 week ago Wasim Akram: England's cricketers should take part in IPL Cricbuzz.com, 1 week ago
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LAHORE: Former Pakistan cricket legend Wasim Akram has blamed former England captain Michael Vaughan for the controversy regarding Saeed Ajmal's bowling action, saying the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) should have tackled the said problem at that ...Daily Times, 1 week ago Wasim Akram blames Michael Vaughan for Saeed Ajmal controversy Asian Age, 1 week ago Akram blames Vaughan for Ajmal's controversy Associated Press of Pakistan, 1 week ago Akram blames Vaughan for Ajmal situation The Echo Of India, 1 week ago
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Shaharyar has also remained Chairman from 2003 to 2006 before he was replaced by Nasim Ashraf after the tour to England. KARACHI: Former Pakistan foreign secretary, Shaharyar Khan today formally took over as the new Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board.Economic Times, 1 month ago Shaharyar Khan takes over as new PCB chairman Jagran Post, 1 month ago
Former Pakistan spin bowling legend Saqlain Mushtaq today joined the chorus for the inclusion of off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin in the India's playing XI against England for the third Test, starting at Southampton on Sunday. "England had six ...Business Standard, 1 month ago 'India should The Telegraph, 1 month ago England missing Graeme Swann, feels Saqlain Mushtaq Zee News, 1 month ago
Sixty years ago, Fazal Mahmood inspired Pakistan to an incredible triumph against EnglandESPN Cricinfo, 1 month ago
Compared to Pakistan's 27 changes since 1992, India have had 10 coaches, England nine and Australia just seven. The post 27 coaches since 1992: Will Waqar Younis bring stability to Pakistan cricket? appeared first on Firstpost .First Post.com, 1 month ago
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, West Indies, England, South Africa, Bangladesh will participate.
Pakistan will be defending its title at the "Fourth Cricket World Cup of the Blind" at Cape Town, South Africa beginning from 25 November. Teams from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, West Indies, England, South Africa and Bangladesh will ...Radio Pakistan, 3 days ago Pakistan-India face-to-face in Blind CWC opener Daily Times, 1 week ago Pakistan, India to clash in Blind Cricket WC opener SAMAA TV, 1 week ago Pak-India face-to-face in Blind CWC opener Pakistan Observer, 1 week ago
team today replacing Pakistan's Kabir Khan, who resigned last week citing family reasons. The announcement comes ahead of the World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand from February to March, with the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) looking to the ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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