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Pleasent Rumor

Written by F Mirza on December 21st, 2007   (288 views)

In the gloom of the defeat from India, and stubbornly blind policies of Pakistan Cricket Board, though it was hard to cheer about anything, but the news that Kamran Akmal has finally been dropped from the Pakistani squad against Zimbabwe in the upcoming series was a blissful piece of honey dropped in the ears.

But like all too-good things, this was also proved to be a mere rumor in the end. Private TV channels, for a while, flashed a news that the dimwit keeper behind the wickets, who has holes in his hands, have been thrown out, and Pakistan will try a new face this time. But then in the newspaper it was sad to read that there was no truth in that pleasant news.

Kamran Akmal was quick to clarify to the news agencies that he was inevitable for the team, and there was no replacement for him right now, and he will keep on screwing Pakistani cricket fans shamelessly. Though it doesn’t make difference to judge or to celebrate anything regarding the Zimbabwean series, as it’s a cheap and unimportant affair. Nobody in his right mind and reasonable cricketing sense can say much reasonable about Zimbabwean outfit, which is even worst than the Pakistanis.

Kamran Akmal also lit up the universe by saying that now he intends to really show his real mettle. He said that he has consulted with MS Dhoni and now feels much better. Perhaps Dhoni has shown him the mirror. He has also said that he has been preparing for the Zimbabwean tour for quite a long time, and it he will try as hell to make it is most memorable tour. He said that his fitness was never as perfect as it is now. He said that he is born opener and born teaser, and his performances are in front of anyone.

What a creep.

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