The middle order is missing him, Moin Khan on Pakistan power-hitting veteran

Moin Khan said Pakistan's middle order is missing Shoaib Malik

Moin Khan: “I don’t have the habit of criticising a team once it is announced. I think the middle order will miss the experience of Shoaib Malik but these players now have an opportunity to prove their worth and help Pakistan”

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Former Pakistan captain Moin Khan said the middle order is missing veteran power-hitter Shoaib Malik.

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Moin Khan said my son is talented, 35-year-old Pakistan player who used to be a first-choice selection says

Sarfaraz Ahmed revealed that former Pakistan captain Moin Khan said his son Abdullah is talented

Sarfaraz Ahmed on Moin Khan: “A lot of people said to me that Abdullah is talented and I should let him play cricket. Moin Bhai had praised Abdullah’s skills”

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Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed revealed legendary wicketkeeper-batsman Moin Khan told him that his son, Abdullah, “is talented and I should let him play cricket”.

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No way he was going to replace Sarfaraz Ahmed as the first-choice wicketkeeper, Moin Khan on 23-year-old Pakistan youngster

Moin Khan said no way his son Azam Khan was going to replace former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed as the first-choice wicketkeeper for the Quetta Gladiators

Moin Khan: “With Sarfaraz as our number one choice wicketkeeper, we could not offer that”

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Quetta Gladiators head coach Moin Khan said there was no way his son, Azam Khan, was going to replace Sarfaraz Ahmed as the team’s first-choice wicketkeeper-batsman.

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Had to trade my son, former Pakistan captain Moin Khan reveals why he made the decision

Moin Khan said he had to trade his son Azam Khan from the Quetta Gladiators to Islamabad United

Moin Khan: “Neither myself nor Nadeem (Omar) bhai wanted to trade Azam but we both recognised that it was important for his growth to join a team where he was featuring regularly”

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Former Pakistan captain Moin Khan said he had to trade his son, Azam Khan, from the Quetta Gladiators to Islamabad United since he wanted to see him grow and play regularly.

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