Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Wasim has said that he is proud that his childhood dream of representing the country`s cricket team is coming true but he is scared of the fact that someone who cheated with match fixing could replace him soon.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has sacked the local trainers and doctors attached with the national team and appointed Englishman Dale Naylor as their new physiotherapist and trainer for the next four months.
The selection committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has hailed the senior and the experienced players of the team as its `main strength`, adding that the young players are not yet ready to replace the likes of captain Misbah-ul Haq or Younus Khan.
The producer and makers of Pakistan`s first sports based film have chosen the perfect recipe for success -- cash in on the never-ending popularity of one of the country`s best known cricketers, Shahid Afridi.
Even if Pakistan cricket team does well in the upcoming One-day and T20 series, it is possible that key positions in the team management, including the job of coach and manager, may be offered to former players.
Former International Cricket Council boss, Haroon Lorgat, who is now a consultant for the Pakistan Cricket Board`s new Twenty20 league, has said the Pakistan Super League has huge potential and will attract top foreign players to participate in the event soon.
A day after calling off his visit to the capital in the wake of a controversy over the Indian government giving him visa, former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad on Saturday said that he should be seen just as a sportsman and not as a relative of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.
Pakistan`s former captain and national team batting consultant, Inzamam-ul-Haq has confirmed he will be travelling with the team to South Africa next month after turning down an offer from PCB to go to India for the One-day series.
Despite being ignored once again by the selectors for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, former Pakistan cricket captain Mohammad Yousuf has said that he has not given up hope on making a comeback to Test cricket.
Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf has dismissed the impressions that he is trying to enter the national squad through a ‘shortcut’, saying he will continue the hard work and wait until his turn comes to play for his country again.
Former Pakistan captain and senior batsman Mohammad Yousuf cleared the first hurdle in his bid to revive his international cricket career as he passed a fitness test held at the National Cricket Academy.