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Exclusive Interviews

Exclusive Interviews

An Exclusive Interview with Owais Shah

"I played club cricket there from the age of 8 years old onwards, I played through all the age groups and then got Middlesex trials because someone recommended me, I owe a lot to Wycombe house, a guy called Ken Cross who helped my move to this country and play cricket for Middlesex." Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Osman Samiuddin

The first ever thing I remember might be an all-rounder's challenge tournament that took place in Hong Kong in about 1986/87. Imran, Kapil, Clive Rice and Hadlee took part in sort of a double wicket tournament and Imran won. And they all wore purple. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Noddy

There were lots of little tips, even when I was in UK, my club coach was a minor counties coach, Javed Miandad, Imran bhai also helped, team mates give useful advice sometimes too. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Najaf Shah

8th August 2009, Pakpassion present an exclusive Interview with Pakistan's upcoming fast bowler, Najaf Shah. We thank Najaf shah for giving us time and and answering the question of the Pakpassion members. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mushtaq Ahmed

"As things stand I'm only contracted to the ICL but you never know what tomorrow will bring, if I receive any other offers in limited overs cricket then I'll give it serious consideration" Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Muhammed Zahid (Bahawalpur)

There was another talented and gifted Mohammed Zahid in the Pakistani cricketing scene, a left arm spinner who took nearly 600 first class wickets for PACO, Allied Bank and Bahawalpur. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammed Aamer

PP talks to upcoming Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Aamer in an exclusive interview! Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Zahid (Spinner from Bahawalpur)

Mohammed Zahid is a name that is famous amongst fans of pace bowling throughout the world and conjures up images of extreme pace and hostility. However there was another talented and gifted Mohammed Zahid in the Pakistani cricketing scene, a left arm spinner who took nearly 600 first class wickets for PACO, Allied Bank and Bahawalpur. Zahid played against and ... Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Zahid

A big thanks to Mohammad Zahid for agreeing to this interview and helping us to gain some personal insight into his career... Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Zahid

A big thanks to Mohammad Zahid for agreeing to this interview and helping us to gain some personal insight into his career... Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Talha

I'd like to say thank you to Saj's brother-in-law from Kenya for putting us in contact with Mohammad Talha and to Mohammad Talha for doing the interview. I conducted this interview with Talha last week, Talha came across as a very dedicated cricketer with a lot of belief in his ability. PakPassion.Net: Who were your cricketing role models when growing up? Mohammad Talha: Waqar Younis ... Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Irshad

Waqar and Shoaib are my inspirations. Watching them tear in to bowl for Pakistan drove my ambition to emulate them and become a genuine fast bowler. Can’t really choose one of them as my idol as they are both equally illustrious for me. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Hafeez

"I was young and always used to give advice to which ever captain i played under, be it club, or any level, and I used to think that these guys have to cricket sense and got angry, and when ever I gave tips mine would work out" Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mohammad Akram

This is one of the most candid interviews you'll read anywhere and Mohammad Akram really deserves a lot of credit for speaking his mind about his career and experiences with international cricket. It reads less like an interview and more like a discussion because Mohammad brought up a lot of interesting points and wasn't afraid to expand on them. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mike Marquesee

My career in journalism is a bit of an anomaly. For years I did a variety of other jobs: from house-painting to youth work, as well as sub-editing for magazines and book publishers. For about a decade I edited a left wing magazine, in the course of which I learned a great deal about writing but made very little money. Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Manzoor Elahi

"Imran Khan was the captain and his cricketing philosophy was that we should always play to win, Imran told us that he didnt mind if we lost the game as long as we had fought till the very end" Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Mansoor Amjad

"I was naturally interested in cricket, I loved watching the game as kid while growing up. The Sialkot coach at the time, Amir Wasim encouraged me a lot and said that i could be a good leg spinner" Read More

An Exclusive Interview with Kamran Abbasi

Good writers make readers think—sometimes think about the topic in a way they had not imagined possible—and provoke a reaction in their readers. They are fearless in their pursuit of the truth and desire to challenge authority. They are the voice of the millions who do not have the opportunity to write and express themselves publicly. Read More