Suffered a lot, 30-year-old Pakistan player who wants to resurrect his international career says

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal said he has suffered a lot and wants to resurrect his international career

Umar Akmal: “I know how much I have suffered in the last year away from cricket. I want to resurrect my Pakistan career and hopefully I can do that”

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Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal said he has suffered a lot and is now focused on resurrecting his international career.

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The problem Umar Akmal got into affected our team’s composition deeply, PSL coach says

Moin Khan said the problem Umar Akmal got into affected the Quetta Gladiators' team composition deeply

Moin Khan: “Umar Akmal had an issue which affected our team’s composition deeply”

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Quetta Gladiators head coach Moin Khan said Umar Akmal deeply “affected our team’s composition” after he was banned for failing to report corrupt approaches ahead of last year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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Salman Butt reveals why he is fuming with Pakistan coach Misbah-ul-Haq

Salman Butt reveals why he is fuming with Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan cricket

Salman Butt: “This year, even in absence of Babar, Ahmed and Umar, they haven’t included me in the first XI and offered second XI’s captaincy citing unlogical reasons that they want to promote U-19 players in [the] first XI”

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Former captain Salman Butt has revealed that he is extremely angry with Pakistan head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq.

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Pakistan batsman Kamran Akmal makes unbelievably shocking claim about Umar’s reduced ban

Kamran Akmal made shocking claim about Umar Akmal's reduced ban Pakistan cricket

Kamran Akmal: “It is a big relief for us to be honest that the ban has reduced from three years to 1.5 years. Still, it is too long and harsh for Umar as he wants to play cricket as soon as possible”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has said that his brother Umar’s ban is still “too long and harsh” even though it was reduced from three years to 18 months.

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