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    Akram: ‘PSL will boost confidence of new generation’

    Dubai: Legendary left-arm pacer Wasim Akram, who is the director of the Islamabad United team that will play in the inaugural Pakistan Super League (PSL), feels that the league will boost the confidence of the new generation of Pakistan cricketers.

    Akram, as the bowling coach of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), is familiar with this kind of tournament and has been inspiring youngsters through his presence and tips in India and Pakistan. In an exclusive interview with Gulf News, he spoke about his role and about the league.

    “The role as a director is not a different one. I have been associated with KKR since 2010 and it’s a role which I actually enjoy. I have a very professional team in Islamabad United with Dean Jones as the coach. We also have a good bunch of boys. Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is an easygoing captain. We have some very good youngsters who are eager to learn and I think PSL, apart from bringing financial benefit to the players, will give so much confidence to a young generation of upcoming Pakistan cricketers.”

    Akram feels that the Pakistan players being in the dressing room with the legendary cricketers will give them a big boost. “Playing with the likes of Kevin Pietersen, Chris Gayle, Andre Russell and Shane Watson and being in the same dressing room will benefit them. They will pick a lot of good things from them and that is what Pakistan cricket and youngsters were lacking. Since there was no international cricket in Pakistan this will give the youngsters the confidence as they will eventually be representing the country.”

    When asked whether PSL is a concept that can succeed, Akram said: “It is a great concept but there will be some teething problems early on like any other tournament in the world. Once it kicks off everything will fall in place. What we need is the lovers of cricket in Dubai and Sharjah to come and support it and accept is as their own tournament.”

    The most exciting factor for Akram is the timing of the league. “The timing of the IPL is perfect with Asia Cup and Twenty20 World Cup set to begin. So 20 days of high octane entertainment cricket is the perfect preparation for the players.”

    To a query whether PSL will also give a huge boost to Pakistan’s domestic cricket, he said: “After this first edition, every young player will be wanting to be in next year’s draft or auction. Through IPL we have seen youngsters getting picked for the Indian team and probably the same wil happen if you perform here, they can also make it to the Pakistan team.”

    So what according to Akram is needed for PSL to be a success? “First of all we need a good crowd and obviously good competitive cricket which will surely happen. We need to also play clean cricket. IPL is a massive entertainer but PSL is just starting. It is now a little baby but the intentions are very clear by the PSL and by the players. They all want to succeed and you can succeed only if you play tough and entertaining cricket.”

    Speaking about his team, Akram said: “We have the two best all-rounders in the T20 format in Shane Watson and Andre Russell and so eight overs will be taken care of by them. Andre can bat at four or five and Watson is one of the top openers in the world and he just got a century. Our captain Misbah is very experienced and from the bowling point of view we have the experience of Mohammad Sami and young promising left-arm pacer Rumman Raees, who has been getting lot of wickets. We also have the one of the best spinners in T20 cricket in Samuel Badree - and Saeed Anwar. English player Sam Billings is also there and so we have a good bunch of youth and experience.”

    http://gulfnews.com/sport/cricket/p...-boost-confidence-of-new-generation-1.1664000
     
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    Pakistan Super League in UAE – successful or not – will breath new life into Pakistan cricket

    This week I have been thinking about Arif Ali Abbasi, a Pakistani administrator of the 1980s and 1990s whose go-getting ways were so go-getting that he went and commercialised Pakistan cricket like no other administrator before him.

    Abbasi saab, or “Boss”, as I like to call him partly in deference, partly in familiarity, is still working in Karachi, still the “Boss”, 20 years after arranging what was, until then, the biggest windfall in Pakistani cricket.

    That was the 1996 World Cup, held in Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka, which was the most profitable in the days before the ICC ran the event. Every board, not least the main duo of India and Pakistan, came away from it plenty enriched.

    Abbasi – as the late Mike Marqusee captured so observantly in War Minus the Shooting, his book on that tournament – talked the talk and preferred to strut the walk. When he met Marqusee, he told him the cricket world is changing and that the English had better get used to it.

    “The future of the game is shifting to the subcontinent,” he said. “The geography of cricket is changing and the game will never be the same.”

    There was actually much wrong with the board at the time, not least a ticketing scandal at that very event.

    And that year, remember, was at the height of cricketing corruption, a lot of it within the Pakistan side.

    Nevertheless, he reeled off to Marqusee Pakistan’s many contributions and ideas for the ICC, an organisation he spoke of as if offended that it had not, by now, become his fiefdom.

    Power was shifting to the subcontinent, note, not just India, so that back then, the future was one Pakistan would dominate.

    Abbasi’s bluster, and underlying denial, his sharp eyes and deep voice, in my mind, remains the most potent symbol of those years.

    Who knew? Who knew then that the 1996 World Cup final, in Lahore, would be the last World Cup game Pakistan would host for at least 31 years (according to the current cricket calendar)?

    Or that the board’s standing would plummet so low and not lower because there are only 10 major boards to the bottom of which you can sink?

    Who knew it would fail to adequately handle not one, but two episodes of corruption?

    Or that, one day, it would not be able to host international matches at all? All this is especially relevant in a week in which the inaugural Pakistan Super League (PSL) begins.

    If it goes well, then potentially it is the start of a long road back to the eminence of Abbasi’s time. Can any such league have meant more to a country than the PSL does to Pakistan?

    The Indian Premier League was merely the coronation of Indian cricketing might, a logical outcome of its economic growth and that of the country.

    The Big Bash League is in a seminal moment, but it is exactly the kind of product you should expect from a country as good at sports as Australia.

    Of the others, maybe only the Caribbean Premier League is so linked to a bigger picture of regeneration.

    Ironically though, in fortifying regional identities, it could have unforeseen repercussions for West Indies as the international team we know.

    For Pakistan, this first PSL is as much a response as it is anything. It is a response to frankly over-dramatic and misplaced fears about the health of the game, voiced mostly by those who see it merely as a sport in a country and not for what it is – a liquid flowing through the land’s arteries.

    Pakistan will have to end for cricket to do so.

    That the PSL is taking place at all, that franchises have been sold and an attractive enough international roster of players and coaches roped in is proof enough of cricket’s health.

    There is little point belittling its financial value compared to other leagues, unless you make allowances for the economies those leagues operate in.

    What seems more pertinent, ahead of this first season, is that the PCB has pulled this together.

    This is, by many measures, the biggest event they have organised since that World Cup and it means, reassuringly, they are still capable of it.

    One little-seen impact of no international cricket in Pakistan, as one senior official once pointed out, was the stunted development of officials who no longer had a chance to oversee, operationally, a big series or tournament and interact with other sports management professionals.

    It is worth bearing that in mind as the league progresses.

    They have gotten here with a small team stretched to their farthest limits, in a board unused to organising such ventures and part of which was initially resistant to the entire idea, and at a foreign venue.

    Had he been involved, Abbasi saab would have made sure you knew just getting here was a triumph in itself.

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    http://www.thenational.ae/cricket/p...t--will-breath-new-life-into-pakistan-cricket
     
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    For some reason i just get the idea that this league is a tad unorganised. Just due to the fact that all these announcements and deals etc are getting done really late. We haven't even seen kits and stuff
     
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    Have to expect some level of unprofessional behaviour
     
  5. Munna
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    Teams have started to arrive this week but I can't understand how all these foreign coaches will get along with most of these players and sort out their planning and all stuff within a week.
     
  6. Passionate Pakistani
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    Do you really need such a big coaching staff for a t20 league for 3 weeks ?

    Like Quetta have Moin, Pont, Fountain, Viv Richards.. every team has 4/5 coaches for just 8-10 matches.

    All this is just for publicity.
     
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    Youth impressed by intense first session

    Lack of international cricket is hurting Pakistan and the PSL will provide a chance to local talent to play and hone their skills.

    A young Pakistani cricketer was overawed with the international settings during his first training for the Islamabad United as the Pakistan Super League teams took to the training grounds at the ICC Academy on Monday.

    Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul Haq was the first to take his Islamabad United paratroopers to the ground and Ruman Raees was highly impressed with the short but intense drills conducted by international coaches.

    "I have played first class cricket in Pakistan and trained under qualified coaches but the way we trained in short but intense sessions was out of the world for me," Raees, an emerging fast bowler of Islamabad, told Khaleej Times.

    "Pakistani youngsters have not experienced international atmosphere as yet. This type of professionalism will have a great effect on Pakistan cricket. It is a golden chance for us to grab this opportunity," he added.

    While talking about Islamabad chances in the PSL, Raees said: "It is a balanced team and led by a seasoned captain in the form of Misbah. The owners have bought quality players and we stand a good chance to win this tournament."

    Quetta Zalmi's star player Kamran Akmal also shared his views about the tournament with media by saying: "The PSL is a breath of fresh air for Pakistan cricket. It was long overdue but was being postponed due to various reasons. "Cricket enthusiasts are over the moon in Pakistan and the tournament is bound to succeed."

    Lack of international cricket is hurting Pakistan and the PSL will provide a chance to local talent to play and hone their skills.

    "There is no club or school cricket in Pakistan and our youngsters get no opportunity to exhibit their talent. The PSL will provide an ideal chance to emerging players to rub shoulders with players like Kevin Pietersen and Chris Gayle. Pakistan is going to unearth new stars in near future."

    Kamran has been performing well in domestic tournaments and vows to do well for Peshawar Zalmi.

    "The timing of the PSL is ideal as it will provide chance to the players to impress selectors ahead of World T20 being held in India.

    "I have been performing well in domestic tournaments and I will try to win games for Peshawar. That is what I can do and hope for the best."

    The PSL kicks off on February 4 with Islamabad United taking on Quetta Gladiators in Dubai.

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    http://www.khaleejtimes.com/sport/local/youth-impressed-by-intense-first-session
     
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    Pakistan Super League is a revolution: Moin Khan

    'Pakistani youngsters will benefit from new [cricket] league'. The inaugural Pakistan Super League starts from Thursday in the UAE.

    Former Pakistan chief selector Moin Khan believes that like young Indian cricketers benefitted from IPL, the Pakistan Super League will help new blood in Pakistan cricket get good exposure.

    Pakistan cricket is geared up to usher in a new era with the launch of the inaugural Pakistan Super League starting from Thursday here in the UAE.

    Moin, Pakistan's former Test captain and head coach of Quetta Gladiators, sounded very optimistic about the league. While talking to the Khaleej Times Moin said: "The PSL is nothing less than a revolution in Pakistan cricket and the game will reap dividends from this league. Despite tentative beginnings, the potential offered by the event will go beyond cricket."

    "We hope the PSL is going to play the same role to nurture young talent in Pakistan. Pakistan might be the last to board the premier T20 league bandwagon, after India, Australia, West Indies, and even Bangladesh, but here it is nonetheless. It's better late than never," said Moin.

    Since UAE is home away from home for Pakistan cricket team, Moin was optimistic that the PSL would attract big crowds here. "First and foremost we have to produce quality cricket and crowds will follow. For young Pakistani talent on show at the PSL, there is great opportunity to share a dressing room with international stars and big stars from the Pakistan team."

    Moin felt that despite some hiccups, the PSL is a golden opportunity for PCB to build upon. "A successful first edition in the UAE will pave way for international cricket returning to Pakistan."

    Moin was of same view as he said: "The lack of international cricket is hurting Pakistan in many ways. The PSL is going to be staged here and I hope the way the security situation is improving day by day in our country, the event will be held in Pakistan very soon.

    "If we are able to create safe environment for cricket in Pakistan then we can ask cricketing fraternity to come and play in our country."

    While talking about Quetta Gladiators' chances in the PSL, Moin said: "It is not easy to predict anything in Twenty20 cricket. We have got some top names in the game - Kevin Pietersen, Luke Wright, Umar Gul and Sarfraz Ahmed.

    "I will mention the name of upcoming player Mohammed Nawaz who will be a star in the tournament and the boy has a great future ahead. We will try our best give our 100 per cent and put up a great show here."


    http://www.khaleejtimes.com/sport/local/psl-is-a-revolution-moin
     
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    Wasim says PSL will boost confidence of new generation

    LAHORE: Legendary left-arm pacer Wasim Akram, who is the director of the Islamabad United that will play in the inaugural Pakistan Super League (PSL), feels that the league will boost the confidence of the new generation of Pakistan cricketers. "The role as a director is not a different one, I have a very professional team in Islamabad United with Dean Jones as the coach. We also have a good bunch of boys. Captain Misbahul Haq is an easygoing captain. We have some very good youngsters who are eager to learn and I think PSL, apart from bringing financial benefit to the players, will give so much confidence to a young generation of upcoming Pakistan cricketers," Akram said in an interview with Gulf News on Monday.


    Akram feels that the Pakistan players being in the dressing room with the legendary cricketers will give them a big boost. "Playing with the likes of Kevin Pietersen, Chris Gayle, Andre Russell and Shane Watson and being in the same dressing room will benefit them. They will pick a lot of good things from them and that is what Pakistan cricket and youngsters were lacking. Since there was no international cricket in Pakistan this will give the youngsters the confidence as they will eventually be representing the country," he said. When asked whether PSL is a concept that can succeed, Akram said: "It is a great concept but there will be some teething problems early on like any other tournament in the world. Once it kicks off everything will fall in place. What we need is the lovers of cricket in Dubai and Sharjah to come and support it and accept is as their own tournament."


    The most exciting factor for Akram is the timing of the league. "The timing of the PSL is perfect with Asia Cup and Twenty20 World Cup set to begin. So 20 days of high octane entertainment cricket is the perfect preparation for the players." "After this first edition of PSL, every young player will be wanting to be in next year's draft or auction," he said. "First of all we need a good crowd and obviously good competitive cricket which will surely happen. We need to also play clean cricket. The PSL is just starting. It is now a little baby but the intentions are very clear by the PSL and by the players. They all want to succeed and you can succeed only if you play tough and entertaining cricket," he concluded.

    http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/sport/...s-psl-will-boost-confidence-of-new-generation
     
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    That's one way of looking at it. But if I'm a domestic player, I'd like to spend more with these professional coaches to maximize the chance of learning from them. I'd be a worried youngster if my coach doesn't know my capabilities.

    From the coaches' perspective, these guys are going to get heavily for such a little duration of work... so it would have been better for them to get to know their players more and work towards forming a good team.
     
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    Fans will get to see exciting T20 cricket: Vivian Richards

    Caribbean legend Vivian Richards has predicted highly entertaining T20 cricket for fans amidst pleasant Dubai weather.

    The most fearsome batsman in his days, Richards is here with Quetta Gladiators as a team mentor and believes that the Pakistan Super League would give young aggressive cricketers from Pakistan an opportunity to showcase their talent to the world.

    "I have always enjoyed playing against Pakistan because of their aggressive mindset," Richards said during a media interaction on Tuesday at the ICC Cricket Academy.

    "We were dominant in my times but one team that created problems for us was Pakistan," he pointed out, adding that it was always a challenge to play against Pakistan.

    "This is an ideal opportunity for Pakistani youngsters to prove their mettle in the PSL. This pleasant weather of the UAE provides an opportunity to teams to entertain the fans with T20 brand of cricket," Richards added.

    When asked what is the key factor to succeed in T20 cricket, Richards said: "It is important to believe in yourself because if you don't believe in yourself nobody else will have faith in you.

    "You can say T20 cricket is a lottery at times but it needs lot of focus because one over can change the complexion of the game."

    He added: "Today's players are widely travelled guys and have experience of playing around the world.

    "I feel myself privileged to be part of Quetta team which has players of Kevin Pietersen and Luke Wright caliber. My first session with the team was wonderful and we hope to do well in the tournament."

    When asked about the chances of the PSL success, Richards said: "I have involved in the top leagues of the world (Indian Premier League, Big Bash and Caribbean Premier League) and the PSL is a just an extension of that process.

    "This region has loads of talent and I don't find any reason the PSL is not going to succeed," Richards reiterated.

    http://www.khaleejtimes.com/sport/cricket/fans-will-get-to-see-exciting-t20-cricket-vivian-richards
     
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    Is there any specific criteria about how many players from each category will be in playing XI .. apart from 4 Foreigners and 1 emerging.

    @Ahson8
     
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    No these are the only two criteria as far as I know.
     
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    What about platinum players ?

    @maddgenius was saying that Haddin has to play even though SamBilling is much better batsmen and keeper than him.
     
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    Bangladesh players still awaiting visas

    Bangladesh players have not been able to join their respective PSL teams as they are facing difficulties in getting their visas.

    “We’re facing some difficulties in getting the Bangladesh players to the UAE because of visa issues. Hopefully, their visas should arrive soon,” said Sethi.

    Medium pacer Mutafizur Rahman and Jade Dernbach are already ruled out of the PSL, while Thisara Perera has pulled out due to international commitment as Sri Lanka would be playing against India in February.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/1038915/so-it-begins-superstars-start-arriving-in-uae-for-psl/
     
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    AFAIK, English players like Vince, Billings won't be playing as they've got a series against SA at the same time.
     
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    They are in the England T20 squad not ODI. They'll be playing but probably won't be available toward the end stages

    No such rule for platinum players. Obviously the icon players are going to play btw :p
     
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    PSL chief Najam Sethi hopes to stage matches in Pakistan in 2017

    DUBAI // The Pakistan Super League (PSL) could stage matches in Pakistan as early as next season.

    That is the view of Najam Sethi, the chairman of the PSL, who said the organisers had even been considering the possibility playing some of the opening campaign back in their homeland until very recently.

    The new Twenty20 league begins in the UAE tomorrow, with all 24 matches being played in Dubai and Sharjah.

    When leading international players were first approached about playing in the competition, they were asked to signal if they would be willing to play in Pakistan. Due to security concerns, few agreed to the idea.

    However, Sethi said he had been given assurances that “foolproof security” would be provided were matches to be played in Pakistan.

    “We tried this year,” Sethi said, as the teams trained at the ICC Academy yesterday. “We offered more money to foreign players, but the players associations didn’t agree.

    “Things are improving in Pakistan. We have a firm grip over terrorism now. The governor and chief minister of Karachi have said we can have a match there any time, and they will guarantee foolproof security.”

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reached an agreement with the Emirates Cricket Board last year for the competition to be staged here in its entirety.

    However, the league’s Karachi-based franchise, the Kings, recently proposed playing a pool match in their home city.

    Their enthusiasm for that idea was founded on the success of the launch of the team last month, when more than 30,000 people attended the national stadium.

    “The reason we did that event was to prove to PCB and the world that Karachi is a safe place,” said Salman Iqbal, the Karachi owner. “With 33,000 people there, and an immense amount of security, after that I think the president of Pakistan took notice. They had a conversation with a governor of Sind and PCB to see if we could have some of this season’s PSL matches in Pakistan.”

    Iqbal suggested the fact the league is being played abroad in the UAE could inhibit its prospects, both financially and as a spectacle.

    Sethi predicts the Dubai International Stadium will be “at least 70 per cent full” when Islamabad United play Quetta Gladiators on opening night.

    He has also said matches would be guaranteed to be sell-outs were they played back in their home cities. “My sense is that next year we will definitely have a match or two in Pakistan, and a year or two later we will probably move all of it back to Pakistan,” Sethi said.

    “If the government of Pakistan say we are ready ... of course we will move it back to Pakistan.

    “Hopefully, we can guarantee security and pave the way for international cricket to come back to Pakistan. This will help create an opening for a huge revival for domestic and international cricket, inside and outside Pakistan.”

    Shane Watson, the Australia batsman who is playing for Islamabad in the PSL, hopes cricket can return to Pakistan soon.

    “I had a really good time in 2005 when we played there on an Australia A tour,” Watson said.

    “In the end, security is the most important thing. If places around the world are declared to be very safe, I love playing cricket wherever it is around the world.

    “Fingers crossed, for everyone’s sake in Pakistan, not just the cricketers, that security continues to get better there because Pakistan haven’t had the chance to have hometown advantage for a long time now.”

    http://www.thenational.ae/psl-chief-najam-sethi-hopes-to-stage-matches-in-pakistan-in-2017
     
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    So now these guys want a second piece of the pie.
     
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    Anyone know who will broadcast this in UK?

    Doubt Sky sports etc would do so, must be an Asian channel.
     
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    prime tv or something
     
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    Isn't that like a news channel or something?

    Lol, still remember his thumbs up dance.
     
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    No I think it is same.like crichd site where you have to buy it
     
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    I am sure it is a free to air channel on sky
     
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    Fans in Pakistan will get to see live matches on Youtube

    HBL Pakistan Super League reached a landmark agreement with Google for digital streaming of the first season of the League.

    This arrangement is another feather in the HBL PSL cap as top international brands continue to join hands with Pakistan Cricket.

    With the agreement in place, fans across Pakistan will be able to enjoy all 24 action-packed matches live on YouTube, the biggest online video sharing portal worldwide. In addition video packages and match-related content including highlights will be made available to fans across the world.

    Chairman PSL Governing Council Mr. Najam Sethi shared his excitement about the development.

    " We are thrilled at the prospect of partnering up with Google. This is great news for Pakistan Cricket and PSL fans, the ease and accessibility that YouTube provides to the viewer is unparalleled. I am sure that fans will now be able to stay tuned to all the action," says Najam Sethi.

    "This first-of-its-kind arrangement with HBL PSL is set to bring the best of Pakistan cricket to millions of fans in Pakistan and around the world via YouTube " said Tania Aidrus, Country Manager, South Asia Emerging Markets at Google."

    The matches will also be streamed live on psl-t20.com and pcb.com.pk.

    HBL Pakistan Super League kickstarts on February 4, 2016 in Dubai.


    http://www.khaleejtimes.com/sport/cricket/pakistan-super-league-to-be-streamed-live-on-youtube
     
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    They could have prepared a better trophy for this inaugural season.

    When Najam Sethi asked "Ab sawal ye hai ke ye trophy kon lay kar jaye gaa? Aap ka kya khyal hai?"


    Lala : "Khyal naik hai"

    Malik: "Nahin Lala ye Hamari hai"

    Azhar : "Meray Khyal mai ye Qalandars ki hai"

    Sarfaraz: "Meray Khyal se aap log rest karain ye Quetta ki hai"

    Wasim: " Beta zara relax hum bhi hain maidaan may".
     
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    PSL matches will be live streamed by Youtube in Pakistan.
     
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    Mohammad Yousuf is such a tool. Looking for any opportunity to piss people off.
     
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    Why is Misbah not there
     
  35. Prince Pathan
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    He has a point, if chuck king can be selected what wrong has Azhar Mahmood done? He has played all the major domestic T20 tournaments but cannot get into a PSL team? Surely something wrong there. Not sure about Razzaq due to his fitness levels as he does not seem to have played much cricket recently but Mahmood and Arafat deserved to be in the inaugral PSL
     
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    Going tomorrow inshAllah to see the first game :)
     
  37. iZeeshan
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    No one deserves anything. You have to earn it. They were in the draft I believe and not selected.

    And plus, he has a history of putting a damper on everything that's positive. There's a time and place for everything and he doesn't have any tact in anything that he does.
     
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    Can we expect some pics Munna bhai? :D ...
     
  39. Munna
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    Munna Moderator-e-Aala

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    Yes planning to post some live pictures here
     
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    Ahson8 Sultan of Swing

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    Should be fun @Munna

    Enjoy :)
     

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