How on earth is Mustafi still at Arsenal while Sokratis was let go, Pakistan player says

Former Pakistan cricketer Atiq-uz-Zaman said how on earth is Mustafi still at Arsenal while Sokratis was let go

Former Pakistan cricketer Atiq-uz-Zaman: “It is amazing isn’t it? Wondering how on earth Mustafi is still there while we let Sokratis go. I probably don’t know nothing about the football business”

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Former Pakistan cricketer Atiq-uz-Zaman has questioned how defender Shkodran Mustafi is still at Arsenal while Sokratis Papastathopoulos was let go.

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A massive mistake, Najam Sethi feels Pakistan should have retained key member of the national team

Najam Sethi said it was a massive mistake for Pakistan to let Mickey Arthur go as head coach

Najam Sethi: “If I had been there (in the PCB), I would have extended Mickey Arthur’s contract. Mickey and his coaching team gave good results and they were able to prepare the players”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi believes it was a massive mistake for the board to let Mickey Arthur go as head coach after the 2019 World Cup.

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Don’t compromise and stay strong, Shoaib Malik advises Pakistan player with big reputation

Shoaib Malik has told Babar Azam not to compromise on anything and stay strong as captain

Shoaib Malik: “My advice for Babar is that he shouldn’t compromise on certain things because he is the one who will be leading the side on the field”

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Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has told limited overs captain Babar Azam not to compromise on anything and stay strong when leading the team.

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Kamran Akmal feels insulted by Pakistan’s domestic contracts

Kamran Akmal feels insulted by the new domestic contracts

Kamran Akmal: “The claim is that they have given A+ contracts considering a player’s seniority and high performance in all three formats…which I think I couldn’t meet”

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Veteran Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has admitted that he feels insulted by the new domestic contracts handed out.

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Highly-rated Qasim Akram unveils plan to get PSL contract and represent Pakistan

Qasim Akram unveils his plan to get a Pakistan Super League PSL contract and represent Pakistan

Qasim Akram: “If I do well, this could result in a place for me in a PSL side in the next edition of the tournament. Of course, representing Pakistan remains my ultimate goal”

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Qasim Akram has revealed that he plans to use the upcoming National T20 Cup as a stepping stone to get noticed and selected by a Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise in next year’s tournament.

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Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez rejects contract worth over Rs 100,000 a month?

Mohammad Hafeez reportedly turned down a contract from the PCB worth over Rs 100,000 a month

Mohammad Hafeez reportedly turned down a contract from the PCB worth over Rs 100,000 a month

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Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has rejected a contract from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that would have seen him get paid more than Rs 100,000 a month, according to reports.

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Younis Khan to become Pakistan’s batting coach on a permanent basis?

Younis Khan is set to be offered a long-term contract to become Pakistan's batting coach on a permanent basis cricket

Younis Khan is set to be offered a long-term contract to become Pakistan’s batting coach on a permanent basis

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have allegedly decided to give Younis Khan a long-term deal to continue on as Pakistan’s batting coach, according to sources.

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Pakistan legend Shoaib Akhtar turned down 175,000 pound contract to fight in the Kargil War

Shoaib Akhtar claims he turned down a 175,000 pound contract with Nottinghamshire to fight in the Kargil War Pakistan cricket

Shoaib Akhtar: “I had a 175,000 pound contract with Nottingham. Then in 2002 I had another big contract. I left both when Kargil happened”

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Legendary Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has claimed that he turned down a 175,000 pound contract to play county cricket for Nottinghamshire in order to fight in the Kargil War.

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