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One Step Closer
Cricket continues to suffer in latest round of musical chairs over game’s management in Pakistan.
Notification placing PCB under control of Najam Sethi-led committee declared null by Islamabad High Court.
Former Zimbabwean cricketer is expected to join the team in August during its tour of Sri Lanka.
Children at the academy run by AmanSports and the Real Madrid Foundation are hoping to become Pakistan’s Cristiano Ronaldo.
Players on central contracts will get a 25 percent salary bump and a 35 percent rise in match fees.
Future Tours Program between 2015 and 2023 to feature six full tours with India, four of which will be hosted by Pakistan.
Spokesman claims interviewing other applicants was unnecessary as the organization was aware of applicants’ strengths and weaknesses.
Former interim coach claims national cricket body is hiring ‘tainted’ players, including new head coach Waqar Younis.
The 42-year-old ex-bowler had previously served as head coach between February 2010 and September 2011.
Former Pakistan cricketer was barred from playing professional cricket after he participated in a spot-fixing scam.
PCB chairman Najam Sethi has promised a review to former national team captain.
Former captain says Pakistan needs to change its culture of seeking new captains and coaches after every defeat.
Former captain to also serve as manager of national team, while former captain Zaheer Abbas has been appointed principal adviser to Najam Sethi.
Pakistan’s national cricket body has advertised for the position of new coaches after ending Moin Khan’s two-month stint.
Cricketer faces police action after his marriage function violated the Punjab Marriage Function Act, 2006.
National sport struggles to return to former greatness.
PCB chief Najam Sethi claims Pakistan will get eight years of series worth $30 million in exchange for supporting ICC revamp.
Pakistan’s cricketing body says it will approve the revamp if it is allowed the chance to play bilateral series with other teams.
Former cricketer says playing conditions in Australia and New Zealand require advance preparation.
Former national team captain allegedly rejected offer due to a disagreement over working conditions.