Pakistan Cricket Board to cut number of centrally contracted players, but increase the amount of money they make?

The Pakistan Cricket Board is set to cut the number of centrally contracted players from 33 to between 15 and 17 cricket

The Pakistan Cricket Board is set to cut the number of centrally contracted players from 33 to between 15 and 17

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to cut the number of centrally contracted players by a significant amount, but increase the salaries of those who get a new contract, according to sources.

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‘By all counts I won’t play for South Africa again’, says Albie Morkel

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Morkel used to be one of the best all-rounders in the cricketing world

In his heyday, South Africa’s Albie Morkel was being praised as one of the greatest all-rounders the country has ever produced and pundits were even comparing his batting abilities to that of India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, but in a rather unfortunate turn of events, Morkel has now found himself on the sidelines for far too long and he admitted that “I won’t play for South Africa again”.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Andy Flower believes IPL is the ‘catalyst’ in Kevin Pietersen saga

Flower believes the England team have to forget about Pietersen and concentrate on becoming the number one Test team again

England team director Andy Flower has announced that he believes Kevin Pietersen’s desire to play in a full season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is the┬ámain cause of destabilising relations between him, his team-mates and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Kevin Pietersen considering limited overs comeback

Pietersen has always been criticised by the ECB for playing in the IPL

England batsman Kevin Pietersen has revealed that he is highly considering making a comeback in limited overs cricket since he wants to represent England in the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20.

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