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Old 20th August 2007, 20:08   #1
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The Pakistan Thread

Hmmmm here we go again... another bout of madness ensues from the nuttiest of them all.. the Paklistan team. First there are rumors about major players going over to the new "ICL" which the PCB warns along with seveal other major international boards would be career suicide. Well MOYO, INZI, FARHAT AND RAZZAQ dont seem to think so!!

The ICL has declared their names as signed onto a contract to play in the ICL. Will this means curtains for MOYO? will it see PCB doing another two steps back? like they did with Shoaib and Asif.. keep reading folks.. its one lunacy after another.

Alongwith this... Mr Akhter has been fined... YET AGAIN for leaving a team practice early!... and the new coach has just taken over a Mr Lawson... of whos he fame.

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Old 20th August 2007, 20:16   #2
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Well MOYO, INZI, FARHAT AND RAZZAQ dont seem to think so!!


What's their motivation? Money or influence? Are they well paid at the moment?
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Old 20th August 2007, 20:24   #3
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What's their motivation? Money or influence? Are they well paid at the moment?
I would not know their exact salary but i would imagine even with endorsements an Inzi makes about 1/3 rd of what a KP makes.

I think its a combo of the fact that they are disgruntled with PCB's handling of affairs and the mucho deniro and want to go their own way. After all dropping Moyo is hardly an act of wisdom. "Yeah he is our best batsmen right drop that one"

Their is also a point about lucrative side deals in India. Players need to make a living too and for someone like Imran Farhat who has talent but not much else it is a big ask to stay back for country when he is being offered good money.

Moyo i think will be the biggest loss. I wonder why Shoaib has not signed on yet, i would be glad to see his back.

The Pakistani publics reaction to their hero's joining the Indian League will be lets just say... not that warm.

I would be surprised if they do not shift to India entirely, with their families at least if they are going that is what i would recommend.
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Old 21st August 2007, 18:14   #4
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Well i don't think he wants to come back, so we might not have much of a choice. The BCCI Empire has also made their line of action quite clear against the rebels... this rebel scums leader being a pirate as well. Kapil :P

Lawson made his intent clear today in his first meeting with the team i.e he is here to work with those who want to play for Pakistan.
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Old 28th August 2007, 20:55   #5
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MoYo will be back captaining the Pakistan side within the next 2 years.
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Old 29th August 2007, 08:48   #6
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MoYo will be back captaining the Pakistan side within the next 2 years.
There might not be much left of it when he comes back tho
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Shahid Afridi has hit 57 off 15 balls in the 20/20 match v Uganda including 7 sixes.
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34 off an over as well. Let's hope Plunkett never gets to bowl to him.
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34 off an over as well. Let's hope Plunkett never gets to bowl to him.
Surely he already has? Dismissed him once too
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These days Afridi's your man for a minnow bashing but not much else.
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he has also opened a clothing shop right behind mine... its called Afridis

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might go meet him when he is back
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he has also opened a clothing shop right behind mine... its called Afridis

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might go meet him when he is back
I'm surprised that Afridi hasn't signed for ICL. He is an itinerant member of the team and with marketing opportunities abounding through Zee TV I'm sure he could make a bomb in India. To be honest FK I believe ICL is a damb squib, its only a T20 comp and won't last for very long, just fills up TV schedules and make Zee TV stacks of dough.
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you might be right man... but lets wait and see... they are reported to have signed Simon jones and a couple of other big names as well.

IT MATTERS.. MOYO IS GONE MAN
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you might be right man... but lets wait and see... they are reported to have signed Simon jones and a couple of other big names as well.

IT MATTERS.. MOYO IS GONE MAN
ICL obviously stands for Indian Cripples' League.
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that is quite rude... and coming from a mod... tch tch..

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I wonder what Akhtar and Asif were fighting about? I am surprised it has become public. Usually these kind of things are kept in the dressing room.
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They don't normally result in physical injury.
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perhaps it was along the lines of.... u told me those were good Shoaib Bhai... it nearly destroyed my career!!! Shoaib : career destruction... ill show u career destructions "picks up bat"

Asif : Ayiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii he is gonna kill me... save me someone save me.. where is Inzi bhai when we need him...
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