Some of the issues are not in his hands, former Pakistan captain says Mohammad Wasim is trying hard

Rashid Latif said some of the issues are not in Mohammad Wasim's hands

Rashid Latif: “Mohammad Wasim [is] trying hard, some of [the] issues are not in his hands”

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Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif has defended chief selector Mohammad Wasim, saying some of the issues regarding the team selection for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe are not in his hands.

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Working on eliminating my weaknesses, well-known Pakistan batsman who averaged 38.33 in the South Africa Test series says

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali said he is working on eliminating his weaknesses

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali: “There were few things I identified during the South African series that I needed to work on. There is no domestic cricket going on right now, so this is a perfect chance for us to work on our weaknesses”

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Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali said he is working on eliminating his weaknesses since he identified a few issues he needed to work on after the South Africa Test series.

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Kick him out and let him rot, pace bowler who mastered art of swing bowling says this is the current Pakistan cricket culture

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif said the current Pakistan cricket culture is kicking a player out and letting him rot

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif: “The Pakistani cricket culture at the moment seems to be one where if a player such as Amir isn’t performing, that’s it, kick him out, drop him, let him rot, instead of looking into what’s going wrong”

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Pace bowler Mohammad Asif has claimed that the current Pakistan cricket culture seems to revolve around kicking players out of the team and letting them rot.

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If I played Tests, I would have retired from international cricket by now, Pakistan player admits

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir said if he had continued playing Tests he would have retired from international cricket by now

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir: “If I had played all formats, I would have retired from international cricket by now”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said if he had continued playing Tests, he would have retired from international cricket by now.

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Funny people think my celebration caused my injuries, talented Pakistan pace bowler says

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali said it's funny how people think his injuries have been caused by his celebration when taking wickets

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “I have no issues related to my celebrations. The injury and fitness issues I’ve had were due to other reasons. I took 3 wickets today and celebrated in the same way. I like my celebration as that lifts me and motivates me”

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Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali has made it clear that his unique celebration when taking wickets was never responsible for any of the injuries he suffered.

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Misbah confirms if Pakistan cricketers are facing mental health issues

Misbah-ul-Haq confirms if Pakistan players are facing mental health issues

Misbah-ul-Haq: “As far as Pakistan is concerned I think our players due to their social environment are mentally very strong so they can get through this period”

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Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has dismissed the idea that some of the national players may be facing mental health issues.

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Younis Khan identifies two issues that could stop him from becoming Pakistan’s permanent batting coach

Younis Khan identifies two issues that could stop him from becoming Pakistan's permanent batting coach

Younis Khan: “I have to see how much work I can do and [also] if the team needs me”

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Legendary Pakistan batsman Younis Khan has identified two issues that could prevent him from becoming the national team’s permanent batting coach.

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Shahid Afridi thinks Pakistan adding Younis, Mushtaq to the coaching staff is a mistake?

Shahid Afridi reveals if adding Younis Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed to the coaching staff for the tour of England is a mistake Pakistan cricket

Shahid Afridi: “when big names gather in one place, issues can arise especially when the team loses”

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has admitted that adding iconic batsman Younis Khan and former spinner Mushtaq Ahmed to the coaching staff for the tour of England could have both a good and bad effect on the national team.

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Pakistan seamers Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali make shocking move after central contract snub

Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali have left the WhatsApp group created by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for fitness issues and advice Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali have left the WhatsApp group created by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for fitness issues and advice

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Pakistan fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali have left the WhatsApp group created by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for fitness issues and advice.

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