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PAK-AUS series
01-20-2005, 12:17 AM
Post: #106
 
Hi, He ll be back in the next match along Hayden...

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01-20-2005, 12:38 AM
Post: #107
 
o really that will be great
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01-20-2005, 05:37 AM
Post: #108
 
our bowling is too weak to challenge australia on flat batting wickets.IF bowlers like shoaib,sami,shabbir and umar gul had been fit,i think we would have given australi a run for their money.
How can u beat australi without ur best 4 bowlers.

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01-20-2005, 06:41 AM
Post: #109
 
Hi,
n now Shoaib is also unfit for two weeks...

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01-20-2005, 06:24 PM
Post: #110
 
Recently Moh.Hafeez has also been reported as having a suspect action.
Here is a article from Cric-point
http//www.cricpoint.com/redirect.php?url=http//216.167.27.246/thenews/jan2005-daily/20-01-2005/sports/s2.htm
<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Tahoma, Arial" id=quote>quote<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday admitted he was concerned with the latest incident of a Pakistani bowler being reported for a suspect action.

All-rounder Muhammad Hafeez was reported by field umpires Peter Parker and Rudi Koertzen, third umpire Simon Taufel and match referee Chris Broad after Pakistan's win over the West Indies.

He is the fourth high profile player from Pakistan after Shoaib Akhtar, Shabbir Ahmed and more recently Shoaib Malik to be reported for a suspect action to the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Malik, who was reported during a one-day triangular series final in Lahore in October, has still not been cleared to bowl in the ongoing VB series.

Shaharyar Khan said he was concerned with the increasing instances of Pakistan bowlers being reported for suspect actions and conceded the country's bowling ranks could be riddled with suspect actions.

Incidentally, former England player Broad has been responsible for booking Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan and Indian Harbhajan Singh for dubious 'doosra' deliveries in the past year.

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar said that this problem confronting Pakistan cricket could be attributed to past administrations taking the issue lightly. "I've been aware since I took over a year ago that from schoolboys to international players, we have a spate of bowlers with doubtful actions," he said. "This has grown because it has gone unchecked over the years.

"There are a few reasons why it happens. Firstly, our young bowlers tend to copy bowlers who are extremely successful on the international circuit. And secondly, a lot of cricket in Pakistan is played with taped tennis balls which can do a lot with a last-minute elbow jerk."

Hafeez's action will now be monitored by ICC-approved biomechanists over the next six weeks, during which time he is permitted to continue bowling.

In response to the apparent "chucking" problem in Pakistan, Shaharyar said the PCB had appointed a commission of former international players and administrators to "nip this in the bud".

"We want to stop this epidemic and return to normalcy," he said. "It is about time that something was done. We've allowed this to grow and become individualised. We are going into clubs and schools to work with young bowlers and straighten them out."

Next month the ICC is expected to implement the findings of a Sunil Gavaskar-chaired tribunal, which recommended all bowlers be allowed to flex their elbows by 15 degrees.

Hafeez's citing, coupled with a injury to Akhtar, tempered the enthusiasm generated by Pakistan's first win in the tri-series, as well as opener Kamran Akmal's maiden limited-overs century.

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01-20-2005, 07:07 PM
Post: #111
 
iss ma tension ki kia bat ha hmmm

bolwers like hafeez is in everyones home even yohana can bowl like him so no tension take cocacola
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01-20-2005, 11:40 PM
Post: #112
 
Hi,
Yup...Hafeez and Shoaib Malik both have disputed bowling action...and Mulri also...
interesting thing is that all three are off spinners...
frankly speaking there bowling action really needs correction...

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01-21-2005, 10:19 PM
Post: #113
 
Hi,
so Pk and Aus are in finals for the series...what a badluck for Westindians today...

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01-21-2005, 11:24 PM
Post: #114
 
some interesting news
A unnamed pakistani player has been accused of rape during the boxing day(second) test match .if these charges prove right,then it will be a big stigma on the face of pakistan and a big disgrace for ur country.
shoaib akhtar is returning home in order to ensure that he is fit for the indian tour.pcb thinks that indian tour is more important than australia,really a ridiculous thinking.if that is the case than please also call inzamam and razzaq back as well.
AND a very interesting fact that players like SHOaib akhtar,shoaib malik,hafeez,murli,harbahjan singh,shabbir,rafeeq has been charged for chucking because all of them are asians.how many whites have been called for chucking.

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01-22-2005, 12:26 AM
Post: #115
 
chuckers ha to chuckers kaha ha
murli is a perfect chakar baz
saf dikta ha
shoaib kabi kabi karta ha par os ma maza ata ha
malik n haffez ka kia karna ha thers is no need ka wo bowl kara
harbajan hamara masla nahi
aur ab ya rafeeq pata nahhi kon ha
shabir ko choro os ka to over he 10 balls ka hota ha
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01-23-2005, 06:50 AM
Post: #116
 
i am not saying that they dont throw but what i am trying to say is that there are number of white players who throw but nobody says anything.eg,players like symonds,bret lee,kyle mills,flintoff,james kirtely,andrew hall etc all these bowlers have suspect bowling actions but nobody says anything.

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01-23-2005, 06:10 PM
Post: #117
 
Hi,
we lost again...

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01-24-2005, 12:13 AM
Post: #118
 
o yes i love it
pak deserve that
o yes
pak is so poor ka he allow clarke to make 100 why not drop some wides
wase to bari wide karatien hain os waqat kia howa ta so poor
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01-24-2005, 04:35 AM
Post: #119
 
Hi,
Inzaman is very disappointed with his team...and he is considering to leave the captaincy now...
but who ll be the new captain...
People do u know?...y shoaib akhter came back from australia.......
a real bad guy he is...he done wrong...and now instead of facing the crises there he ve run back like a rat....


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01-24-2005, 07:06 AM
Post: #120
 
Australian players are now literally toying with our players.they are making a mockery of them.it is very disappointed and heart breaking if u are a true pakistani.It really hurts when we lose so badly like today.

pakistan cricket team is going through the worst face of its history.such is the low level of our team that we dont have any player who has leadership abilities.Inzamam is the only choice we have.He is the only world class player in ur side but problem with him is his body language and it seems that he is reluctant to change himself.

In the past we have changed the coach,changed the manager,change the management,but results are getting poorer and poorer day by day.now every body is saying change the captain but nothing will happen to ur team.No captain,no coach,no manager,no chairman can change ur fate.players will have to takt the responsibilites themselves.unless there is individual accountability of ur players,i am afraid we will keep on losing.players like Shoaib akhtar are making ur image bad.when u play for ur country,u are representing the whole 15 crore people.if shoaib has been in australi,they may have burried him 5 years ago.


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