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.
Former Pakistan player and ex Head Coach of the Pakistan team, Mohsin Khan spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net and discussed the outcome of the series against Bangladesh, Waqar Younis’ role as Head Coach, the need for having Misbah-ul-Haq in the ODI and Test teams during this transitional period and the importance of India-Pakistan encounters.
In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir looked forward to representing Rawalpindi Rams at the Super 8 T20 Cup and his plans in anticipation of a return to international cricket.
Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal feels that his younger brother, Kamran Akmal, has a bright future ahead of him and needs better handling by the team management.
Time to stop the former cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz who continues his crusade against imaginary enemies at the PCB
The former Pakistan batsman and Head Coach at the ICC Cricket Academy, spoke about Pakistan's disappointing World Cup campaign and his views on the rivalry between Australia and New Zealand as they prepare to meet in the final of the 2015 World Cup.
PakPassion.net's Saj Sadiq previews the Quarter Final game between Australia and Pakistan
Asif Iqbal spoke about Pakistan's progress in the 2015 World Cup with particular references to the inclusion of Sarfraz Ahmed and the road ahead for Pakistan as they prepare to meet Australia in the Quarter Finals.
Misbah-ul-Haq's achievements, legacy and standards which future captains will find hard to follow are the subject of Saj's latest article to feature on Sky Sports.
Writing for Sky Sports, Saj Sadiq discusses the complex issues related to the return to cricket for Pakistan's left arm pacer Mohammad Amir, who is currently serving a 5 year ban for his involvement in spot-fixing.