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Greedy Yousuf in Trouble

Written by F Mirza on December 23rd, 2007   (520 views)

Now Mohammad Yousuf, premier batsman of Indian Premier League (IPL), and a failed middle order batsman of Pakistani team, and former Indian Cricket League (ICL) player would be cursing the time he signed for ICL, and he now may have grasped the fact that Indians just regard for money, and nothing else. It wasn’t his stylish batting or immense talent or his Pakistani Green Cap, which made ICL officials to sign him, rather it was just money which he took from them, and then resigned with IPL.

Mohammad Yousuf took ICL for granted and thought that it was another Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). But he was dead wrong and now ICL is chasing him all over the place. They really are not only after their money despite of having plenty of it, but they are also afraid of their credibility and retention of other players.

Just after the good-riddance of Inzamam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Yousuf was also enticed by Inzi, Ramiz and Moin Khan to play ICL, and when Yousuf wasn’t included in the Twenty20 squad for world cup, it was the decisive moment for him; he just left the Pakistani team and joined ICL. PCB first requested him to come back, but in vain. Then PCB showed him bag full of millions and asked him to come back and leave ICL, and that did the trick and he came back leaving ICL without even telling them.

Then IPL showed him another big of greenbacks and he went there after bitter permission from PCB. Now ICL has asked him to return their cash, and now he is in trouble, as Indian Court has banned him from IPL, and if that persists he would have to return the IPL money and would have to content on screwing PCB.

To make the matters more interestingly disgusting Yousuf has asked Inzamam for help.

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