Banned without any proof, Ashraf on Pakistan player with tremendous big-hitting skills

Zaka Ashraf said Sharjeel Khan was banned without any proof

Zaka Ashraf: “It is not right to call Sharjeel a tainted cricketer. He was treated unfairly by [Najam] Sethi as he was banned without any proof”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Zaka Ashraf has claimed that big-hitting opening batsman Sharjeel Khan was banned without any proof.

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A massive mistake, Najam Sethi feels Pakistan should have retained key member of the national team

Najam Sethi said it was a massive mistake for Pakistan to let Mickey Arthur go as head coach

Najam Sethi: “If I had been there (in the PCB), I would have extended Mickey Arthur’s contract. Mickey and his coaching team gave good results and they were able to prepare the players”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi believes it was a massive mistake for the board to let Mickey Arthur go as head coach after the 2019 World Cup.

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Can’t bear any more mental torture, Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir says upon announcing retirement from international cricket

Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from international cricket saying he can't bear any more mental torture

Mohammad Amir: “I am leaving cricket for now because I’m being mentally tortured. I don’t think I can bear such torture”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from international cricket, saying that “I’m being mentally tortured”.

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Najam Sethi reveals which undisciplined Pakistan player needs psychiatric treatment

Najam Sethi believes Umar Akmal is undisciplined and needs psychiatric treatment Pakistan cricket

Najam Sethi: “Umar is not disciplined despite being very talented. If he sits down with a psychiatrist and takes medical treatment, he might become more discipline-oriented”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi believes that batsman Umar Akmal is “not disciplined” and needs psychiatric treatment.

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Najam Sethi makes unbelievably shocking revelation about Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal

Najam Sethi reveled Umar Akmal refused to get treatment after suffering from epilepsy Pakistan cricket

Najam Sethi: “He suffered an epileptic fit during the tour of West Indies. When he returned home, I asked him to take a break from cricket and get medical treatment but he refused that and insisted on playing”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi has claimed that batsman Umar Akmal refused treatment after he suffered an epileptic fit during the national team’s tour of the West Indies in 2013.

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Why is Najam Sethi angry with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan?

Najam Sethi angry at Imran Khan for publicly giving advice to Sarfraz Ahmed during the World Cup Pakistan cricket

Najam Sethi: “A Prime Minister shouldn’t be saying things to a captain publicly. If he had to say anything to him, he should have conveyed [it] to him privately”

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Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi has lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan for publicly providing advice to captain Sarfraz Ahmed during the ongoing World Cup.

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Is Sethi pleased with Arthur’s performance as Pakistan’s head coach?

Najam Sethi impressed Mickey Arthur head coach Pakistan cricket

Najam Sethi: “We are very delighted with Mickey’s performance and also the fact that the boys respond well to him”

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi has revealed that he is highly impressed with all the success the national team have had under head coach Mickey Arthur.

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What did Sethi think of Imam’s performance against Ireland?

Najam Sethi Imam-ul-Haq selection fair justified Inzamam-ul-Haq Pakistan Ireland England Test series cricket

Najam Sethi: “Imam has proved to all that his selection was fair and justified”

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi believes that opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq has justified his selection in the Test team following his mature knock of 74 not out on debut, which led the national team to a five-wicket win over Ireland.

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