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PCB reaps 7.5 million profit from Pakistan Cup
The News Tribe

PCB confirm the new head coach of Pakistan national team

Home » Sports » Cricket Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:00 Posted by The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan said on Tuesday that they have decided on the name of the new head coach but refused to reveal the identity. According ... Business Recorder, 12 hours ago
PCB reaps 7.5 million profit from Pakistan Cup The News Tribe, 5 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Stuart Law first choice as Pakistan coach

Karachi : Former Australia player Stuart Law has been confirmed as the Pakistan Cricket Board's first choice for the post of national team chief coach. Law was confirmed as the first choice candidate for the job in Tuesday's Board of Governors ...
 Deccan Chronicle9 hours ago Ex-Australian player confirmed as PCB's first choice for head coach  Daily Times11 hours ago Stuart Law likely to be next coach of Pakistan cricket team  DNA India14 hours ago Former Australia player Stuart Law is PCB's first choice  Deccan Herald15 hours ago
The Express Tribune

PSL fetches $2.6 million profit for PCB

Lahore: The inaugural edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) held in February in the UAE fetched the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) an overall profit of $2.6 million. Although the total profit dwindled as the PCB had promised to distribute ...
 The Gulf Today29 minutes ago PCB makes $2.6m profit from inaugural PSL  Cricbuzz.com1 day ago PSL fetches $2.6 mn profit for PCB  Yahoo! India13 hours ago PSL fetches $2.6 mn profit for Pakistan Cricket Board  India Online.in11 hours ago
International Business Times UK

'Sage' Afridi wants PCB to concentrate on grassroots level

KARACHI, May 4 -- Pakistan's flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi is concerned about the future of Pakistan cricket and wants the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to go back to the basics and work at the grassroots level. 'Sagacious' Afridi, who stepped ...
 HT Syndication14 hours ago Shahid Afridi fears for the future of Pakistan cricket  International Business Times UK14 hours ago Afridi concerned over Pakistan cricket's future  Bangla Mirror9 hours ago No real talent in Pakistan's domestic cricket: Shahid Afridi  DNA India1 day ago
The Express Tribune

PCB increases women's contracts; Mir, Javeria retain top category

The Pakistan Cricket Board has increased the number of women's central contracts from 21 to 22, and retained Sana Mir, Bismah Maroof, Javeria Khan and Asmavia Iqbal in the top category
 ESPN Cricinfo4 hours ago PCB awards 22 women cricketers with central contracts  Pakistan Today2 hours ago Pakistan Cricket Board has awarded central contract to twenty two women cricketers....  Pakistan TV5 hours ago PCB announces central contract for 22 women cricketers  The News Tribe10 hours ago
Financial Express

Pakistan Cricket Board announces $2.6 million profit from T20 league

The PCB announced an overall profit of 260 million rupees (USD 2.6 million) from the first edition of its Pakistan Super League held in February in the UAE. (Reuters) The PCB announced an overall profit of 260 million rupees (USD 2.6 million) from ...
 Financial Express14 hours ago PCB announces $ 2.6 million profit from PSL  Rediff.com17 hours ago
United News of India

PCB needs to work at grassroots level: Afridi

Lahore, May 3 (UNI) Flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi today urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to focus on the basics, especially at the grassroots level. "The way I see it right now we don't have that much real talent in
 United News of India1 day ago

On Umar Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad's sacking: Shahid Afridi welcomes PCB's move to give chance to youngsters

New Delhi: Soon after Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) sacked two senior players in Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad, Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi welcomed the move by the board. Afridi, who recently stepped down as Pakistan's T20I skipper, took ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago PCB names players participating in training camp ahead of England tour  Dunya News2 days ago Pakistan drop Afridi, Shehzad from England tour  The Gulf Today1 day ago Inzamam shows Umar Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad the door as Pakistan pick probables  Firstpost.com1 day ago
India Today

Pakistan cricket team set to get new coach on May 3

Pakistan have been without a head coach since former captain Waqar Younis stepped down from the post following the World T20. The PCB is likely to appoint a foreign coach for the men's national team. (Reuters Photo) The Pakistan Cricket Board ...
 India Today5 days ago PCB should drop undisciplined Umar Akmal  Business Recorder5 days ago Waqar blasts Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal in his report  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Waqar hits out at PCB  Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago
New Indian Express

Khan Insists PCB Has little Tolerance for Indisciplined Players

KARACHI: The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Shaharyar Khan has dismissed the impression that cricket authorities are soft on players who commit acts of indiscipline or breach their central contracts. "The board has a clear cut policy on ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Happy ending: PCB-Younis battle ends after latter's apology over walk-out of Pakistan Cup  Firstpost.com6 days ago PCB accepts Younis Khans apology after arguing with umpires  Asia Net India6 days ago PCB clears Younis after accepting his apology  Business Standard6 days ago
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