Flower makes unbelievably bold accusations against former Pakistan players and PCB

Grant Flower admitted he won't miss the backstabbing by former Pakistan players and the politics within the Pakistan Cricket Board PCB cricket

Grant Flower: “Some of the backstabbing by ex-players. And a lot of the politics that happens within the TV channels, the journalists and some of the politics in the PCB itself. I won’t miss those, certainly”

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Grant Flower has admitted that the thing he won’t miss about working in Pakistan is “the backstabbing by ex-players”.

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England will win 3-1 again, says Andrew Strauss

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“England have had a lot of success against Australia since 2009 – it’s very much [been] one-way traffic”

In the 2010-11 Ashes series Andrew Strauss led England to a 3-1 win over Australia in the Land Down Under, but the former captain is not hestitating to predict the same scoreline when his successor, Alastair Cook, leads the national team into hostile territory next month.

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‘We didn’t lose the series’, says Moin Khan

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“Overall I would say that our performance was satisfactory”

Pakistan team manager Moin Khan has announced that the national team “didn’t lose the series” against Zimbabwe after numerous former players and cricket pundits heavily criticised them for their shocking loss to the African nation in the second Test at Harare.

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Stuart Broad, it’s time you learnt a thing or two from David Warner, says David Gower

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“He is a good player and a tough individual but the best thing for him to do would be to take a leaf out of David Warner’s book and just play with it”

Former England captain David Gower believes pace bowler Stuart Broad has a chance to win the hearts of the Australian fans when the national team travel to the Land Down Under in November if he follows the lead of Australia’s opening batsman David Warner.

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