Want to be remembered as a bowler who fully tested batsmen, naturally gifted Pakistan seamer says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif said he wants to be remembered as a bowler who fully tested batsmen

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif: “I want fans to always remember me as a thinking bowler, with skill and intelligence, who fully tested batsmen”

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Pakistan quick Mohammad Asif has said he wants to be remembered as a bowler who “fully tested batsmen”.

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Plan to open cricket academy in America, Pakistan bowler who was unplayable at his peak says

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif said he plans to open a cricket academy in America

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif: “I plan to open a Cricket Academy in the United States with my friend Gurtej Singh who is keen to develop cricket in America”

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Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif has revealed that he plans to open a cricket academy in the United States.

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Aimed to take four to five wickets every time, Pakistan player who didn’t want to be a labourer bowler says

Pakistan speedster Mohammad Asif said he aimed to take four or five wickets every time and didn't want to be a labourer bowler

Pakistan speedster Mohammad Asif: “There were bowlers who I called labourers, the type who bowled 25 overs a day and took 1 wicket, well, I wasn’t one of them. If I bowled 20 to 25 overs a day, I made sure that I had taken at least 4 or 5 wickets”

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Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif has said that he aimed to take four to five wickets every time.

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Offered coaching stint with Afghanistan in 2016, 38-year-old Pakistan seamer who could cut through batsmen says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif said he was offered a coaching stint with Afghanistan in 2016

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif: “I was asked to go to Afghanistan for a coaching stint with their young pace bowlers in 2016. However, the security situation meant that I had to decline the offer”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif has revealed that he was offered a coaching stint with the Afghanistan team in 2016.

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Too much favouritism and nepotism going on, Pakistan swing bowler who could have a major impact says

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif said there was too much favouritism and nepotism going on

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif: “After participating in domestic cricket after my return I realised that there was a lot of favouritism and nepotism at play”

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Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif has claimed that there was too much favouritism and nepotism going on when he was trying to make his comeback into the national team.

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Selectors picked Wahab Riaz even though he did not take half the wickets I did, frustrated Pakistan pace bowler says

Mohammad Asif said the selectors picked Wahab Riaz even though he didn't take half the wickets that he took

Mohammad Asif: “The selectors ended up picking bowlers like Wahab Riaz who had not even taken half the number of wickets I had that domestic season and that was both heart-breaking and frustrating”

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Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif expressed his frustration at the national selectors for picking bowlers like left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz over him.

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Inzamam said I’d be called up for a national team training camp, Pakistan bowler who can swing the ball a long way says

Mohammad Asif said Inzamam-ul-Haq told him he would be called up for a national team training camp

Mohammad Asif: “I was toying with batsmen at the domestic level and Inzamam-ul-Haq called me up and said to me that I would be called up for a training camp for the national side”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif said former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, who used to be the chief selector, told him that he would be called up to the national team for a training camp.

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Under Bob Woolmer, I feared no one, Pakistan speedster says his attitude changed

Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif said under Bob Woolmer, he feared no one

Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif: “I was always confident about my abilities and working with the Late Bob Woolmer further instilled an attitude in me where I didn’t fear any opponent”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif has revealed that under the late Bob Woolmer, who was the national team’s head coach, he feared no one.

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