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ON MONDAY: After considering Moin Khan for head the national selection committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), next day another former national team captain Waqar Younis is also being considered of head coach of Pakistan's
The Pakistan Cricket Board is keen to bring back former skipper Waqar Younis as the chief coach of the national team as current coach Moin Khan is tipped to take over as the head of the national selection committee.
April 12, 2014 Karachi University 74 for 0 (Ammar 37*, Haris 26*) beat University of Sargodha 70 (Raza 28, Shahzaib 5-6) by 10 wickets Scorecard A five-wicket haul from the legspinner Shahzaib Khan helped Karachi University power to a 10-wicket win
Pakistan face worst defeat in quarter final T-20 from West Indies I regret and dis-appoint when saw the performance of Pakistani team in QUARTER FINAL again West Indies in T20, which
After days of speculation and drama, Pakistan former captain Rashid Latif has turned down an offer to meet PCB Chairman Najam Sethi, who wanted to convince the ex-wicketkeeper to take over as the new chief selector.
Misbah-ul-Haq does not seem to be in danger of losing the captaincy of the national One-day team before the World Cup 2015 despite speculations about experienced allrounder, Shahid Afridi being a strong contender for this job.
Sethi said that he has instructed the management to hire a top fielding coach after spending a hectic day involving meetings including grilling of the team management. The PCB chairman also said that Pakistan needs a full-time physio for the team, as
Pakistan's new cricket chief selector Rashid Latif on Wednesday said relying on senior players had backfired after a familiar batting collapse saw the team crash out from the World Twenty20. The 2009 champions were crushed by the West Indies on
Pakistan team coach Moin Khan said his team were blown away in the last five overs by the West Indies, costing them a place in the World Twenty20 semi-finals. The West Indies blasted 82 runs in the last five overs to recover from a struggling 84-5 in
Javed represented Pakistan on 185 occasions, taking over 230 wickets in a ten-year playing career and he left his role as Pakistan bowling coach to take over as head coach of the UAE team in March 2012, experiencing significant success after seeing