Afghanistan's 'bus stop boys' find cricket is just the ticket

Afghanistan's 'bus stop boys' find cricket is just the ticket

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 20, 2012 at 4:56 PM PDT
Source: The independent
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On a bus stop somewhere close to the border in the North West Frontier a notice was pinned. "All those who want to play cricket for the Afghanistan team," it said, "please meet here in three months' time."...This charming tale may not be wholly accurate but it still faithfully represents the story of Afghan... FULL ARTICLE AT The independent
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