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Shoaib Malik Captaincy Under Soft Fire

Written by Commoner on December 23rd, 2008   (63 views)

Once again the Pakistan Cricket Board has become divided over the issue of Shoaib Malik’s leading of the national team. Half of the board supports him while rest are dead against him. Senior players and the former senior players are also against the Shoaib Malik and they have serious reservations over his caliber and capacity to lead the team.

The PCB Governing Board meets in the first half of January to decide on extending Shoaib’s tenure as a captain that expires on December 31, 2008. As the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is all set to extend Shoaib Malik’s tenure as the national team skipper,there are still some strong doubts and any surprise could come out any time.

But Shoaib’s chances to retain the job are strong as the big boss supports him. PCB chairman kinda like the lad and he has said,”“He is positive and he is focussed and what he needed earlier was confidence and believe in himself. He has shown that character during a 3-0 whitewash of West Indies in Abu Dhabi and now looks set to response even better in team’s engagements to come.”

Coach has said that, “He should continue as the captain of the team and has improved tremendously as a captain over the years. With the experience he has gained over the years, he is now a much improved captain.”

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