Shoaib Akhtar, the scandalous bowler of Pakistan Cricket team is facing a very volatile future, and his return looks a very complex thing to the cricket circle. Things could go now either way for him, and his recent stunts in India have also damaged his credibility very badly.
Shoaib had accused the PCB on Friday of double standards for not picking him against Zimbabwe and for asking him to prove fitness in the Pentangular Cup. Shoaib Akhtar is also saying that Pakistan Cricket Board is treating him the way a step-mother treats a child, and he further added that his future was ruined by the PCB’s tyrants.
Whereas Dr. Nasim Ashraf, chairman of PCB thinks that Shoaib Akhtar has disgraced the country many a times, and it’s time for him to reflect seriously about his future. He said that Shoaib had to selected his preference from bollywood or cricket, and he said that he still thought that Shoiab has got a future in Cricket and that is why he has been given a chance in Pentangular Cup.
Shoaib Akhtar refuses to learn from the mistakes and past, and he is hell bent on self-destruction, its very hard that he would be a decent fellow in near or far future. It’s sad to see such a talent going down the drain.More on:bollywood, Dr. Nasim Ashraf, Pakistan, PCB, Pentangular Cup, Shoaib Akhtar
Thank you for reading this post. You can now Leave A Comment (0) or Leave A Trackback.
Post InfoThis entry was posted on Sunday, February 10th, 2008 and is filed under General.
Previous Post: We’ve got the ability to beat Australia, says Jayawardene »
Next Post: New Zealand thrash dismal England »
Read MoreRelated Reading:
- Michael Vaughan takes up media role
- Hong Kong beat Italy in clash of favourites
- Sri Lanka eye tournament as preparation for World Twenty20
- Ashes more important than Stanford - Harmison
- Cameron White named as McGain’s replacement
- Mushtaq for ICL-IPL playoff
- Kirsten pleased with pre-series camp
- Injured McGain to fly home from India
- Court to rule if Stanford game can proceed
- Forced retirement talk only in the media - Kumble