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Pakistan cricketers must relax for few days: Wasim Akram ISLAMABAD: Pakistan former captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram has said that cricketers should cut short their long training sessions and should relax ahead of their crucial ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match against Zimbabwe.Talking to a Private news channel, Wasim advised the national team management to not involve the players in long meetings/discussions in order to avoid fatigue syndrome."All these long meetings and discussions and hard training will do no good. The best thing now is to allow the players to relax for the next few days and let them come back fresh for their next match," former skipper said.He also advised the team management to not experiment anymore and go in with specialist wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed and a fourth bowler for the remaining matches.He said the Pakistani players needed to relax and unwind after the defeats by India and West Indies. "What has happened cannot be changed ...

Moin called back from World Cup KARACHI: Chief selector Moin Khan has been called back from ongoing World Cup in Australia and Newland, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Tuesday. "As a follow-up of yesterday's decision to probe the matter of the visit of Chief Selector PCB to a casino in Christchurch, the PCB has instituted an inquiry into the incident", a statement said. Moin Khan was found in casino ahead of Pakistan match against West Indies on Saturday. "Today, consultations ...
Bari calls for soul searching from Pakistan team to revive fortunes KARACHI: Pakistan team and management must go for a serious soul searching if they wanted to revive their fortunes in the Cricket World Cup, former captain Wasim Bari said on Monday."The way clueless Pakistan team played against India and West Indies it looked they played without heart and soul," he told APP in an interview here.However, he warned, if Pakistan team did not amended their attitude and came up with a powerful show against Zimbabwe ...
Shoaib calls for an operation clean-up ISLAMABAD: Former pacer Shoaib Akhtar on Saturday called for an operation clean-up in the team and management saying just think of the next game which could end the World Cup for the Green-shirts.Shoaib disappointed upon the Green-shirts loss to West Indies by 150 runs on Saturday, advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan to get rid of the clutter present at the management level."I could have told you before that if Pakistan had ...
Shoaib calls for an operation clean-up ISLAMABAD: Former pacer Shoaib Akhtar on Saturday called for an operation clean-up in the team and management saying just think of the next game which could end the World Cup for the Green-shirts.Shoaib disappointed upon the Green-shirts loss to West Indies by 150 runs on Saturday, advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan to get rid of the clutter present at the management level. "I could have told you before that if Pakistan ...
PCB awards central contracts to 21 female players KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) awarded central contracts to 21 players with across the board increase in remunerations."Following its approval by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan, PCB Women's Wing has announced award of its Central Contracts for Women for the calendar year 2015," it said in a statement issued on Friday."In all, 21 women players have been offered the contract. These contracts have been given to women cricketers for their outstanding performance and progress they have ...
Pakistan, West Indies in fight for survival CHRISTCHURCH: The 44-day World Cup is barely a week old and Pakistan and the West Indies are already viewing their second match as crucial to morale and potentially to their survival.Both suffered first game defeats and both are embroiled in off-field controversy, with their Pool B clash in Christchurch on Saturday likely to be decided by the team best able to overcome disharmony in the ranks.Before the tournament, Pakistan and the West Indies, along with ...

 



 
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