KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has criticised the Pakistan Cricket authorities for snubbing the former great, Imran Khan while celebrating the arrival of the World Cup trophy to Pakistan.
KARACHI: The former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Najam Sethi has dismissed the impression that, in the presence of a powerful executive committee, the post of the chairman had become ceremonial.
KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), on Tuesday, officially announced former captain, Waqar Younis as the Head coach of the Pakistan team for two years, however the call didn’t go down well with at least two former heads of the Pakistan Cricket Board, who term the process of appointment a ‘flawed’ one.
KARACHI: Cherishing the rare experience of playing under lights the captain of the Pakistan women Cricket team, Sana Mir hoped that the competitive practice would come in handy for the team in the upcoming events.
KARACHI: Contrary to criticism of the youngster from former players, Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has favoured the ‘Dark Horse’ against Sri Lanka, who played only one match. He said the T20 format was not appropriate to gauge the potential of any young cricketer. While putting his weight behind young Usman Shinwari, the former gloveman termed…
KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has claimed that the “unnecessary controversy” over the team’s captaincy is a deliberate act to divert attention from the real issues.
KARACHI: While appreciating the return of all-rounders Abdul Razzaq to the Pakistan T20 squad, the former chief selector, Abdul Qadir has questioned the wisdom behind retaining a few ‘failed’ players in place of a deserving lot. “Razzaq is a match winner and I am happy for his inclusion in the team. Now the captain should…
KARACHI: Former Pakistan Cricket chief selector, Mohsin Hassan Khan has put his weight behind veteran batsman Younus Khan and said that the former captain should not be dropped from the one-day squad against South Africa.
KARACHI: The former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has once again come down hard on the Anti Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of the International Cricket Council (ICC), saying that the unit had not been able to serve the purpose for which it was formed in the early 2000. “Lectures, showing videos and burdening the players…
KARACHI: The banned Pakistani leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, who has been striving to clear his name in the spot-fixing scandal, expressed surprise over the latest statement by Mervyn Westfield and termed it a “bundle of lies” which, according to Kaneria, are contradictory to his previous testimonies before the Essex police and the Disciplinary Panel.