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Miandad criticises Yousuf U-turn

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Mohammad Yousuf's return to the Pakistan team after cancelling his ICL contract, has not found favour with Javed Miandad © Getty Images


Javed Miandad, the former Pakistan captain, has criticised Mohammad Yousuf and the Pakistan board for reaching an understanding despite Yousuf being a signatory with the Indian Cricket League (ICL).

"How can they [the Pakistan board] allow Yousuf to sign a contract in vague knowing he is already signed on by the ICL? Where is the fair play and veracity? What message are we giving out to the world about our players?," Miandad was quoted as saying to PTI.

Miandad felt Yousuf, on the basis of being a Muslim, should have fulfilled his ICL contract. "Once a Muslim gives his word, leave alone sign a document he has to fulfill it regardless of the consequences. And even if Yousuf was keen on playing for Pakistan, while being contracted to the ICL, he should have informed the PCB."

Yousuf had a meeting with Nasim Ashraf, the PCB chairman, on September 27, and announced his availability for the home Test series against South Africa, saying that he was cancelling his contract with the ICL. The PCB in turn agreed to take care of legal and financial repercussions arising out of his decision.

Meanwhile, the ICL have maintained that though Yousuf is still contractually obligated to them they have no problems if Yousuf plays for Pakistan if matches clash.

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The Pakistan fast bowler, Shoaib Akhtar, will face a disciplinary committee on October 6 for allegedly hitting Mohammad Asif, his team-mate, with a bat before the start of the Twenty20 tournament.

The incident, which Shoaib insists was unintentional, forced Pakistan's management to send the bowler home. Asif, however, is adamant that Shoaib's actions were not accidental while stating that he "got enraged for no reason". A third person, Shahid Afridi, is also involved in the affair after Shoaib claimed it was he who provoked the row in the first place.

"We have issued a notice to Shoaib and asked him to appear before the committee on October 6 to record his statement," Shafqat Naghmi, head of Pakistan's disciplinary committee, said. "Besides Shoaib, Asif and Afridi [will] also be examined on Oct. 6 and we will also question the team manager and some players."

It is yet another controversial incident to blight Shoaib's copybook. Last month, he escaped a $5,000 fine for leaving a training camp in Karachi without informing the management. The fine was suspended when Shoaib insisted that he told his captain, Shoaib Malik, of his intentions to depart from training early.

Pakistan's first Test against South Africa in Karachi, for which Shoaib has not been picked, gets under way on Monday.

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Aqsa she is a Moderator here who can edit your postings without having your password, Relax dont worry she does not have your password just she has super powers here Confused Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes


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Pakistan v South Africa, 1st Test, Karachi

Teams keep an eye on the future

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September 30, 2007



South Africa will wait on Morne Morkel's availability on the morning of the match where he is scheduled to take a fitness Test © Getty Images



Unmistakably, change is in the air. Pakistan and South Africa meet at the National Stadium in Karachi tomorrow for the first Test, one eye on the now, one on the future.

South Africa, without any hang-ups, are looking ahead in the one tradition that has served them so richly since their re-admission into cricket, that of pace. Shaun Pollock, even if he does play, may no longer be one of the first names on the team sheet, more so if it is being written in the subcontinent.

Mickey Arthur, South Africa's coach, has been at pains to point out that they are entering "a new era" as far as fast bowling is concerned, though insisting that Pollock has not been shunted out for good. Yet, even if Morne Morkel's fitness is in doubt - though his condition has improved, he is due to undergo a fitness test in the morning - so too is Pollock's inclusion. Understandably, for the choice is not easy: opt for Pollock's batting security or risk the inexperience of Dale Steyn.

Pakistan contemplate more seismic changes. Captain, vice-captain and coach will all perform roles they have never performed before tomorrow, at Test level. Not that Shoaib Malik, Pakistan's 25th Test captain, was letting slip signs of nerves.

"I'm not nervous," Malik said. "It is my first Test as captain but I have played many Tests. I don't think about challenges as such. I just want to do what is good for Pakistan."

Indeed, his deputy's role and performances, may be of equal significance. Salman Butt hasn't played a Test in over a year, his promotion to the post was widely questioned, and though it isn't relevant here, he struggled at the ICC World Twenty20. If he is successful, Pakistan will be laughing for they then have a captain-in-waiting, as well as an opener.

Further down there is more intrigue. Mohammad Yousuf never really went away, but he is back. Graeme Smith, the South African captain had accounted for the eventuality: "We expected him to play. When you come on a tour you expect to play against the best. We have respect for him."

Malik was understandably pleased with the same eventuality and so he should be, for when Pakistan bat, they will be doing so without Inzamam-ul-Haq for only the ninth time in 55 home Tests since 1992. "Cricketers come and go, but Inzamam is a great player and we will have to do with what is available," he said. His place is taken by another ul-Haq who made an unexpected impact at the World Twenty20: Misbah.

But if change is in the air, so too is spin, and the contest might hinge on this. The pitch appears dry, accompanied by whispers of crumble, cracks and rare talk in the Pakistan camp of two spinners. Abdur Rehman, the left-arm spinner, might make his debut, making it the first match since the 2005 Bangalore win that two specialist spinners have played. Rehman will also be the first such specialist to represent Pakistan since Nadeem Khan against India in 1999.

Yet given its rarity - Karachi does often produce egalitarian surfaces with something for everyone - both captains spoke of it as a fait accompli. They felt the wicket was well-prepared and appeared dry, the kind of wicket one would expect in the subcontinent.

Not often is Smith out-blunted, but Malik hid no punches when asked about the turn in the track. "They have six fast bowlers and one spinner. Should we play to their strengths?"

Danish Kaneria, two short of 200 Test wickets, 26 in five against South Africa and 26 in five in Karachi is sure to headline one of the days, as Smith acknowledged: "He is a big challenge on the subcontinent." But keen minds will remember that Pakistan has a funny way of succumbing to the category known as left-arm orthodox in which light, Paul Harris might be headlining more often than anyone thinks.

"He's [Harris] going to play an important role," said Smith. "He's quite a confident guy, up for taking responsibility which is always encouraging. He is tall, gets good bounce and is consistent."

That is nearly that. To the ingredients of new eras, new names and spin, must be added the weather, hopefully combining to produce a corker. Smith said that temperatures in the high thirties would play a role at some stage.

"It's very hot and there isn't much of a breeze in the middle, but we have to manage that as best we can."

Pakistan (probable): 1 Salman Butt, 2 Mohammad Hafeez, 3 Younis Khan, 4 Mohammad Yousuf, 5 Shoaib Malik (capt), 6 Misbah-ul-Haq, 7 Kamran Akmal (wk), 8 Abdur Rehman, 9 Umar Gul, 10 Danish Kaneria, 11 Mohammad Asif

South Africa (probable): 1 Graeme Smith (capt), 2 Herschelle Gibbs, 3 Jacques Kallis, 4 Hashim Amla, 5 Ashwell Prince, 6 AB de Villiers, 7 Mark Boucher, 8 Andre Nel, 9 Makhaya Ntini, 10 Dale Steyn, 11 Paul Harris

Osman Samiuddin is the Pakistan editor of Cricinfo

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I have just managed to spend a couple of days at home in Mardan after the Twenty20 World Cup, but Iím on the road again Thursday as the South Africa series starts.

It has been very nice to see family again as I have not spent a lot of time at home. After the World Cup I went to play for Yorkshire in April and I stayed there until August. I came home again for only a few days before we had a pre-Twenty20 camp and then flew to Kenya before South Africa. So I have not seen much of home. But I am not complaining as this is cricket and my job.

I go to Karachi soon for the first Test and maybe I will have time for a dayís fishing before the serious preparations begin. Letís see.

The Twenty20 World Cup was good fun and fast and furious cricket. You have to realise that sometimes you are not going to score runs because you have to go out there and play your shots. But when it goes well itís very nice.

The main thing is that we reached the final. The boys played very well through the tournament and the final was a great game. We thought we had won the World Cup in the last over but Twenty20 is like that and things can change very quickly, which is why it is very exciting and enjoyable for the fans. There is always something happening, every ball.

The most pleasing thing of all for me was our fielding. It is very much improved and this is because everyone is so much fitter now. Maybe the camps we have had have helped.

It has been good to get to know our new coach Geoff Lawson. He is a quiet man and is keen to listen to players if they have ideas or things to say, which I really like about him and it means a lot. Some coaches donít like that but Geoff encourages the boys to express our ideas and thoughts. He is the perfect man for us.

I was very pleased to hear Mohammed Yousuf will be playing in the Test series. We have scored a lot of runs together and he will be a big player for us. The Test series will be difficult but the conditions are suited to us and the main thing is that all the guys are fit. If we play to our potential we can give them a hard time.

It will be the first Test series for our captain Shoaib Malik and vice-captain Salman Butt and we must give them time even if we lose matches, maybe two or three years. I was in the same situation and know what it is like.

I remember my first series as vice-captain, at Mohali in India in 2005. I dropped catches and didnít score any runs but I improved from the next game. I was about 28 or 29 at the time and Salman is even younger so we need to support him. I know how the job can affect your batting mentally so he will need time to adjust.

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October 21, 2007

Pakistan's continuing troubles with their opening combination have forced the selectors to call up Khalid Latif and release Mohammad Hafeez from the 15-man squad to face South Africa in the third ODI in Faisalabad on Tuesday.

Pakistan have tried two opening combinations in two games so far and Imran Nazir, Mohammad Hafeez and Kamran Akmal have provided starts of 18 and 1. Hafeez was dropped for the second ODI and the highest score by an opener remains Nazir's 16 in the first ODI.

The 21-year old Latif has been on the fringes of selection to the senior squad for some time now. He first came to national attention when he led the Pakistan U-19 team to victory in the 2004 World Cup in Bangladesh.

He was unlucky to miss out on selection for the ICC World Twenty20 despite impressing during the various training camps held before the tournament. But solid performances in the recent home series against Australia A have finally paid off.

Latif ended the three-match ODI series in September as the leading scorer on either side. His tally of 228 runs included one fifty and a spectacular unbeaten 142 in Lahore as Pakistan successfully chased 332 against an attack that included Jason Gillespie, James Hopes and Dan Cullen.

"We are struggling with an opening pair at the moment," Salahuddin Ahmed, the chief selector, told Cricinfo. "We are already playing Kamran as an opener to make place for an extra bowler.

"Latif is a very good, upcoming youngster and was in brilliant form against Australia A recently. He fully deserves his place in the squad. Hafeez has been released and he will go back to regain his form in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy."

It is understood that Latif will not play in Faisalabad but may get an opportunity later in the series. Still, Pakistan are likely to go in with their third different opening pair in as many matches; Nazir's continuing run of poor scores means Yasir Hameed will most likely open the innings with Akmal.

And in light of an impressive bowling performance in the second ODI, Pakistan will not risk Mohammad Asif for the third game. Asif sat out the first two matches with an elbow injury that flared up during the second Test in Lahore.

Osman Samiuddin is the Pakistan editor of Cricinfo

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AqsaAfridi wrote:
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Green Eyes wrote:
AqsaAfridi wrote:

Excuse me sister.. But i'am asking that you most have my password.. or what???


Aqsa she is a Moderator here who can edit your postings without having your password, Relax dont worry she does not have your password just she has super powers here Confused Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes


Yes Aqsa I am a moderator and I wrote "Edited" there too so it means I have moved those videos



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Razzaq takes back retirement decision
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October 27, 2007

Abdul Razzaq has taken back his decision to retire from international cricket and is available once again to represent Pakistan. The allrounder's decision comes after discussions with his local club and long-time coach.

"I have reversed my decision and am available for Pakistan once again," Razzaq told Cricinfo. "I have had many discussions with P&T Gymkhana and my coach, Azhar Zaidi, and we felt it was better if I took back my original decision. Maybe I made that in the heat of the moment."

Razzaq announced his retirement from international cricket in August, in protest at being ignored by the selectors in the squad for the ICC World Twenty20. He accused the selection committee and the board of not treating him with enough respect and dropping him for matters other than his form. The selectors maintained that he was still in their plans for ODI and Test cricket, though his form in those formats has been unconvincing over the last year or so. In his last 15 ODIs, he averages 17.30 and has taken only 12 wickets.

Three fifties and 38 wickets in his last 15 Tests have also done nothing to help his cause, though injuries have hardly helped the process. He missed the Test series against South Africa late last year and the World Cup in the West Indies subsequently. In 2005, he also missed the home series against England with an elbow injury.

Razzaq now plans to take part in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam trophy for Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL). The doors back to international cricket will not open immediately, however. Salahuddin Ahmed, chief selector, said Razzaq would need to show that he was back to his bristling best. "Let him play first-class matches first and prove his form and fitness there. After that, the doors are always open for every first-class cricketer in the country," Salahuddin told Cricinfo.

And further obstacles may exist in the form of the Indian Cricket League (ICL). Razzaq was one of four Pakistani players to sign up for the league and the Pakistan board still maintains that anyone who does turn out in the ICL will not represent Pakistan.

Mohammad Yousuf, another player to sign for the ICL, was convinced by the board to opt for Pakistan instead, though no similar efforts were made with Razzaq. The league has threatened legal action against Yousuf. Razzaq says, however, he will wait and see how matters develop before deciding on a course of action as far as his contract with the ICL is concerned.

Osman Samiuddin is the Pakistan editor of Cricinfo

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