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Shoaib Akhtar Not Happy with IPL Arrangements

Written by F Mirza on May 10th, 2008   (153 views)

Shoaib Akhtar, the Rawalpindi Express of Pakistan, which more often than not remains de-railed and has just luckily got a relief from yet another crisis is once again in the media as usual not because of his bowling but because of his controversial statements.

His bickering continuous in the India, where he has reached to play lucrative Indian Premier League. Shoaib Akhtar perhaps thought that all the IPL cheerleaders would welcome him on the airport and would carry him to the hotel. He perhaps thought that Maheesh Bhutt would come himself and would insist on the Hero role in his next upcoming flop buster.

Shoiab Akhtar would never learn and he has got another crisis in the offing. How he performs in the IPL will be quite interesting to watch.

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    3 Responses to “Shoaib Akhtar Not Happy with IPL Arrangements

    • 1
      hello brother
      May 11th, 2008 11:05 GMT

      Good show dude….Please check your grammatical errors:-(

    • 2
      May 14th, 2008 01:56 GMT

      Dear Fahd,
      Shoaib is such a player that he needs attention, possibly the greatest fast bowler of all times.
      The problem is not with Shoaib, the problem is with the management , i am not a Paki (Thankfully) but i have a good idea about Shoaib`s psycology and he is right if he demands extra attention.
      The other team members are people like Inzamam who appreciates players not because of the skills but because he has a beard or how religious he is, pathetic.
      Sorry to hurt your sentiments my friend but i am sure youre a Pakistani and my advise to you is to broden your vision and thought.


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      Fahd Mirza
      May 14th, 2008 13:36 GMT

      Tauseef, thanks for your comments.

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