We all heard the news a couple of days back that Waqar Younis resigned as coach of the Pakistan Cricket team. I don’t know about you but it came as a surprise for me. With Afridi out, Misbah the captain and a plan for the twenty-fifteen cup I honestly thought that Waqar would stay at the helm till the next cup. Waqar, became coach in March 2010 after our lovely
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I’ve never been as positive about the Pakistan cricket team as I was at the end of the third ODI against the West Indies. After the spot fixing scandal, the string of defeats, the Zulqernain debacle, etc., etc., there was a change that everyone was talking about. The team looked like a unit under one captain. And the coach seemed to be well placed with the players. This materialized into
“I don’t have any plans to make a return to test cricket…… I think I’m not the best choice for this format,” said Shahid Afridi recently. Could he be more explicit? However, this hasn’t stopped the fans from cajoling their favorite cricket hero to give test cricket another shot. During the past five years, since July 2006, when he first announced retirement from test cricket, the question of his return