The stars of the Pakistani Rawalpindi Express are not lucky at all, despite of the fact that he has amassed such a fortune and notoriety in such a young age, because he is career is dwindling and he is in trouble all the times, and these are exactly the same times, and he is not getting respite from anywhere, and he is understandably frustrated.
Shoaib Akhtar was banned and now facing court charges. The original ban of five years was imposed by the PCB disciplinary committee in April following Akhtar’s public criticism of the board in January when he was axed from the list of 15 contracted players. A hearing on fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar’s appeal against an 18-month ban was postponed Tuesday because the judge was not available, and the Shoaib Akhtar was furious, because he wanted to get over with it.
As the 2008 English cricket summer draws to a close, there are less than three weeks left for the curtains to be finally drawn, Pakistan’s fast bowling ace Shoaib Akhtar was making his debut for Surrey in a County Championship Division One match against Hampshire at The Oval in London, but Surrey is finding it hard to adjust the bowler, and that is also putting the bowler ill at ease.
Pakistan Cricket Board has yet to see the fitness of the Shoaib Akhtar, and they are waiting for his Surrey stint.More on:County Championship, Pakistani Rawalpindi, Shoaib Akhtar, Surrey
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