Find out the real reason behind Arthur’s exit as Pakistan’s head coach!

Mickey Arthur was not retained as Pakistan's head coach as he reportedly selected players for the World Cup despite knowing they didn't adhere to the fitness standards that had been set Pakistan cricket

Mickey Arthur was not retained as Pakistan’s head coach as he reportedly selected players for the World Cup despite knowing they didn’t adhere to the fitness standards that had been set

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Mickey Arthur did not have his contract as head coach extended because the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) were upset with the fact he picked unfit players in the World Cup squad, according to sources.

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Wasim Bari reveals the key to Pakistan finding future superstars

Wasim Bari believes Pakistan need to educate players about the importance of fitness in order to find future talents cricket

Wasim Bari: “There is a need to educate young players about how to attain [a high level of] fitness”

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Former wicketkeeper-batsman Wasim Bari believes that in order for Pakistan to unearth future talents, they must place a greater importance on fitness at the grassroots level.

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Waqar reveals what Pakistan’s biggest problem is

Waqar Younis believes the biggest problem with the Pakistan team is the fact that they keep making compromises cricket

Waqar Younis: “Our biggest problem is we make compromises in selection on fitness issues, seniority, and other matters”

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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Waqar Younis believes that the biggest problem with the national team is the fact that comprises are made on “fitness issues, seniority, and other matters”.

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Akram reveals the secret to Pakistan becoming the top team in the world

Wasim Akram reveals that Pakistan need to improve their fitness and fielding in order to become the best team in the world cricket

Wasim Akram: “Pakistan [will need to] learn to be physically fit and maintain a high fielding standard like all other sides”

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Legendary Pakistan left-arm seamer Wasim Akram has revealed that the national team need to improve their fitness and fielding in order to become the top side in the world.

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What is Pakistan batsman Abid Ali focused on improving?

Abid Ali working on improving his fitness and batting ahead of Pakistan's Test series against Sri Lanka in October cricket

Abid Ali: “I am fully focused [on] the next series against Sri Lanka. I am currently trying to improve my fitness along with my batting”

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Pakistan batsman Abid Ali has revealed that he is working on improving his fitness and batting ahead of the Test series against Sri Lanka in October.

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Amir reveals the secret to why he took so many wickets for Pakistan at the World Cup

Mohammad Amir reveals that the secret behind him taking 17 wickets at the World Cup was working on his form and fitness Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir: “I have finally gotten my rhythm back after working on my form and fitness”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has revealed that working on his “form and fitness” enabled him to be the national team’s highest wicket-taker at the World Cup.

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Arthur reveals how the Pakistan team’s culture changed under him

Mickey Arthur believes that the fielding and fitness culture has changed in the Pakistan team since he became head coach and believes that players are also more aware of their diets Pakistan cricket

Mickey Arthur: “The fitness and fielding culture has changed a lot. Guys are totally more aware on their diet. I think we’ve changed the team a lot”

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Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has revealed that since he took charge of the national team in May 2016, more emphasis has been placed on fielding, fitness and the players’ diets.

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Qadir reveals which Pakistan player has ‘slapped the faces of his critics’

Abdul Qadir believes Sarfraz Ahmed has slapped the faces of his critics after he took three catches and proved his fitness against New Zealand Pakistan World Cup cricket

Abdul Qadir: “The way Sarfraz took three outstanding catches, it was enough to prove his fitness and slapped the faces of [his] critics”

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Legendary Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir believes that captain Sarfraz Ahmed has “slapped the faces of his critics” following his performance against New Zealand.

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