Mohammad Amir's First-Class team's Head Coach makes an impassioned appeal for more time to be given to the Pakistan bowler to regain his fitness and form before being rushed back into international cricket.
Pakistan off-spinner Saaed Ajmal spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net to explain the circumstances around the early end to his association with Worcestershire, his progress in his comeback First-Class season and looked forward to his future in international cricket as well as the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Pakistan Television’s sports channel seems all set to squander at least Rs800 million over the next 3 major ICC events ( 1 T20/I ODI World cup/1 Champion’s trophy) in its inept bid to acquire rights for the International Cricket Council (ICC) events.
In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, the team manager of the history making Oman cricket team speaks about the history of cricket in Oman and the development of the game in the country.
In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, the twenty-four year old all-rounder spoke about his disappointment at missing out on another opportunity to further his career and serve Pakistan.
Pakistan batsman all set to represent Guyana in the 2015 edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
In exclusive remarks to PakPassion.net, Bazid spoke on a variety of topics including the historic tour of Pakistan by the Zimbabwe team, the root causes behind Pakistan cricket’s declining fortunes and the possible solutions to improve it as put forward by his father, Majid Khan as well as his views on Saeed Ajmal’s future.
Mohammad Amir, the twenty three year old fast-bowler, was banned by the ICC almost five years ago for his role in the spot fixing scandal. Taking advantage of a special dispensation which allows Amir to take part in domestic cricket before the expiry of his ban in September (2015), the fast-bowler has been busy trying to regain his form by playing in a Grade II tournament as well as in the recently concluded Super 8 Twenty20 tournament where some of his deliveries brought back memories of a time when this precocious talent was considered as one of the best bowlers in the world.