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PCB to appoint Mudassar Nazar as director of academies
Indian Express

Mudassar appointed Director of Academies by PCB

Former Test allrounder Mudassar Nazar is set to take over as director of academies in the Pakistan Cricket Board, which has created the position to streamline and groom new talent in the country and to improve the domestic cricket structure. Nazar, 60, has ... Asia Net India, 14 minutes ago
India Today

New setback in PCB's search for head coach

KARACHI - Pakistan's search for a new national coach hit a fresh roadblock Thursday as officials said their top pick, Australia's Stuart Law, turned down a job widely seen as one of the toughest in international cricket. The post was left vacant ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 hours ago Law rejects PCB offer  Bangladesh Daily Star13 hours ago Despite being PCB's first choice, Stuart Law turns down Pak coaching job offer  Zee News19 hours ago Disappointment for PCB as Stuart Law rejects coaching job offer  Jagran Post20 hours ago
Khaleej Times

PCB awards Pakistani women cricketers

Home » Sports » Cricket Thursday, 05 May 2016 13:36 Posted by The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has awarded at least 22 national women cricketers with Central Contracts for the ongoing year after the team's impressive performances in the ...
 Business Recorder23 hours ago Sana, Bismah, Javeria and Asmavia retain A category : PCB awards central contracts to women cricketers  Daily Times1 day ago PCB increases women's contracts; Mir, Javeria retain top category  ESPN Cricinfo1 day ago PCB confirm the new head coach of Pakistan national team  Business Recorder1 day ago

Stuart Law expresses interest to coach Team India

Mumbai: Stuart Law, who has been "hinted" by Wasim Akram - a member of the PCB's coach finding committee along with Rameez Raza - for Pakistan coaching post, is "keen" on taking up the assignment with Team India. Speaking from Australia, where he ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 hours ago Stuart Law not committed with Pak team till August  Kashmir Times12 hours ago

PCB rejects proposal to relax ban on tainted umpire Ghauri

'No leniency should be shown to any umpire if he is found even remotely connected to unethical or corrupt practices.' The Pakistan Cricket Board rejected a proposal to relax by six months the four-year ban on Test umpire Nadeem Ghauri and allow him to resume umpiring in domestic tournaments this season. The PCB's Board of Governors, which met in Lahore, rejected the proposal put forward at the meeting, insisting no relaxation should be given to Ghauri as he brought the image of Pakistan cricket ...
 Rediff.com20 hours ago PCB rejects proposal to give relaxation to umpire Ghauri  Siasat Daily21 hours ago

NEWS BRIEF: PCB issues notices to three Sialkot districts

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has issued notices to the presidents of Sialkot, Gujranwala and Hafizabad districts for not playing their matches in the ongoing PCB Inter-district U-19 tournament, which started across the country on May 1. ...
 DAWN Group6 hours ago PCB takes U-Turn, issues show cause notice to Younis Khan for leaving Pakistan Cup  Zee News1 week ago PCB issues Younis show cause notice  ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago PCB issues showcause notice to Younis Khan and bars him from Pakistan Cup  Sportskeeda.com1 week ago
Financial Express

PSL fetches $2.6 mn profit for PCB

Lahore, May 4 (IANS) The inaugural edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) held in February in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) fetched the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) an overall profit of $2.6 million. Although the total profit dwindled as the ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Pakistan Cricket Board announces $2.6 million profit from T20 league  Financial Express2 days ago PCB announces USD 2.6 mn profit from T20 league  Press Trust of India2 days ago PCB announces $ 2.6 million profit from PSL  Rediff.com2 days ago
Business Recorder

PCB announces squad to tour England, Afridi, Akmal

Home » Sports » Cricket Tuesday, 03 May 2016 12:38 Posted by Pakistan's Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has dropped star players Shahid Afridi, Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal from next month's tour of England. He announced the names of ...
 Business Recorder2 days ago On Umar Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad's sacking: Shahid Afridi welcomes PCB's move to give chance to youngsters  Zee News3 days ago PCB drop Afridi, Shehzad from England tour  Business Recorder3 days ago PCB names players participating in training camp ahead of England tour  Dunya News3 days ago

Happy ending: PCB

Younis Khan had walked out of the Pakistan Cup One-Day tournament in Faisalabad after a run-in with match officials. The post Happy ending: PCB-Younis battle ends after latter’s apology over walk-out of Pakistan Cup appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Pakistan's Younis Khan escapes ban after walking out of domestic tournament  DNA1 week ago Younis Khan faces PCB ban for walking out of Pakistan one-day cup, disputing with umpires  First Post.com1 week ago Younis Khan evades ban by apologising to PCB  Sportskeeda.com1 week 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 India2 days ago
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