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Controversial former captain Javed Miandad has claimed that he can radically improve the fortunes of Pakistan cricket in six months time. "Even when I was working as Director-General cricket in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) I gave a plan to the
Pakistan`s foreign batting coach Grant Flower has described his new assignment as a "big challenge" and said he was looking forward to convincing Umar Akmal and Shahid Afridi to do away with their habit of throwing away good starts.
After conditionally agreeing to the ICC revamp, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi is now hopeful that Test-playing nations, including India, will play Pakistan more frequently. In an interview with The Indian Express Sethi spoke about
Dubai: A renowned cricket award website “Kirk-info” awarded shahid afridi as the most skilled bowler of one day international series of the year 2013 Pakistani All Rounder. According to the reports shahid afridi
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is likely to back the ICC revamp at the world governing body's board meeting next month to give it leverage with other countries, especially India...When the changes, which increase the power of those three boards
Talking to the reporters here at the Gaddafi Stadium after being reinstated by the Islamabad High Court (IHC), Zaka said: "It is a historic decision in the history of Pakistan cricket that a court restored a PCB chief. My reinstatement is a victory
In an interview to the Dawn, Misbah said that several young players are joining the team now, and naturally, some good performances have emerged as a result. It maybe recalled that before Inzamam-ul-Haq took over as captain in 2003, the Pakistan
Pakistan`s head coach Dav Whatmore, who will leave the national team in February, has admitted that language barrier and communication remained a problem during his two-year tenure with the side. In an interview to Geo Super in Abu Dhabi, Whatmore
Pakistan head coach Dav Whatmore is hoping to end his tenure with the team on a high note as the side left for a gruelling series against Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates. "The way the team played in South Africa I am pretty confident I will be
Former Pakistan cricket captain Mohammad Yousuf has said that he has completely given up hope of making a comeback to international cricket and it is all but over for him. "I don`t follow cricket now and my focus is not on the sport anymore.