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'Cash strapped' PCB on sacking spree to stay afloat following 'international isolation'
The Pakistan Cricket Board has issued termination notices to 18 of its employees in a bid to reduce its administrative expenses.

Ramiz and Mohsin in 'walking straight line when drunk' war
Former Pakistan Test captain Ramiz Raja has made some scathing remarks in a micro blogging website about Mohsin Khan, who was removed as the chief coach of the national team.

Wasim Akram unaware of PCB's 'mentoring young players' offer
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) which recently announced the appointment of Wasim Akram as a mentor to emerging players during a camp scheduled to start this week, is yet to contact the former captain to seek his availability for the event.

'Glaring' mistakes in PCB contract list lands Intikhab Alam in hot water
Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) director of International Cricket Affairs Intikhab Alam's future role in the board has become uncertain after he committed some glaring errors while finalising the list of players who were awarded central contracts and retainers.

PCB keen on Akram coaching emerging players at camp
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants former Test captain and fast bowling legend Wasim Akram to coach at a camp for emerging players to be held at Gaddafi Stadium from June 20.

Lucky to play in 'golden era of game', says legendary leg-spinner Qadir
Legendary Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has said he considers himself lucky to have played in the "golden era of cricket".

UAE likely to be 'home' again for Pak cricket series against Australia
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) representative Intikhab Alam, deputed to assess the facilities at Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has reached Dubai, where he will meet the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) chief Dilawar Mani and other officials to assess the facilities to be provided to the Australians, in case the Pakistan home series is to be played in UAE.

ICC rejects Pak request to host more than three T20 matches against Australia
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has initially rejected the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) request to allow it to host more than three Twenty20 matches against Australia in August-September.

UAE favourites to host Pak's home ODI series against Australia
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will most likely conduct the upcoming ODI series against Australia in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), immediately after Eid, which will be celebrated around August 22.

PCB contemplates dual role for selector Jaffar during Lanka tour
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) could use former left-arm pacer and selector Saleem Jaffar as a makeshift bowling coach for the national team for their tour to Sri Lanka.

PCB pondering UAE as possible venue for Oz series but averse to postponement
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) would consider UAE as a possible home venue for their limited over series against Australia, but is opposed to postponing the series, as suggested by the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB).

Intikhab Alam says 'we have two or three alternatives to Sri Lanka in mind for Oz series'
Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Director of Game Development, Intikhab Alam has claimed they have two or three options with them for host series against Australia, following the Sri Lanka Cricket Board's refusal to hold five one-day internationals and three T20 internationals between the two nations.

Pak bowling coach to be appointed after Sri Lanka tour: Intikhab Alam
Former Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam has said the national team would get a new bowling coach after the upcoming Sri Lanka tour.

PCB might announce contracts before Sri Lanka tour
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which has unveiled its squad for the upcoming Sri Lanka tour, is expected to take more time to announce the players' central contracts, which expired on December 31 last year.

Pak cricketers unhappy with PCB over refusal of permit for Twenty20 exhibition in Toronto
Pakistan cricketers, including captain Misbah-ul-Haq and former captain Shahid Afridi, are reportedly unhappy with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) over the board's refusal to give permission for a Twenty20 exhibition in Toronto on May 12.

Australia wants Pak ODI series closer to T20 WC
The Chief Operating Officer of Pakistan Cricket Board has said that the Australia cricket board has asked the PCB to schedule the ODI series between the two countries closer to the ICC Twenty20 World Cup this year, scheduled to start in Sri Lanka from September 18.

Pak cricketers demand cricket board's focus on domestic cricket
Former Pakistan cricketers have urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to focus on improving the standard of domestic cricket in the country before the next season, instead of investing its energy on the return of international cricket.

Pak Cricket Board to finalise bowling coach soon
A Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee will finalise the name of the new bowling coach before the Sri Lanka series.

Whatmore's special emphasis on fitness of Pak cricketers
Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore's special emphasis is on the fitness of cricketers, as selectors are all set to name separate teams for Tests, ODIs and T20.

Pakistan cricketers still awaiting new central contracts
The announcement of this year's central contracts for Pakistan cricketers has been further delayed after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) formed a new committee to recommend the pay hike and players who would be included in the list.

Pakistan Cricket Board forms seven-member 'Task Team' for domestic cricket
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has assigned a recommendatory role to former cricketers Zaheer Abbas, Javed Miandad, Intikhab Alam, Moin Khan, Imtiaz Ahmad, Sarfraz Nawaz, Moin Khan in a seven-member 'Task Team' for domestic cricket.

Pakistan Cricket Board decides to supervise England Test-ODI series
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) would reportedly send its own curators to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to supervise the preparation of pitches for the Test and one-day series against England next month.

England will be 'real test' for Pakistan, says Afridi
Pakistani cricket all-rounder Shahid Afridi is expecting England to be a 'real test' for Pakistan when they arrive in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next month although Pakistan's recent form against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will leave them in good heart ahead of the opening Test in Dubai on January 17.

PCB may extend Mohsin Khan's tenure as 'full-time' team coach
A Test and One-Day International (ODI) series-win over Sri Lanka has reportedly convinced the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) three-member coach-hunting committee to seriously consider, converting Mohsin Khan's interim coach role into a full-time one.

Chaos in PCB has "gotten worse now": Imran Khan
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which has always been in chaos, is in an even worse crisis now, former captain Imran Khan has said.

Pak head coach hiring process 'halted for time being': Intikhab Alam
The hiring process of a new coach for the Pakistan cricket team has been delayed, Intikhab Alam, head of the coach-finding committee appointed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has said.

'Banned' Malik dropped from Pak Veterans team for Lanka series 'to avoid controversy'
Former Pakistan captain Salim Malik, who was banned for life in 2000 from playing cricket, has been barred from representing the country's veterans team in Sri Lanka at the eleventh hour in order to avoid creating 'unnecessary furore'.

PCB shortlists five 'foreign and local' candidates for head coach position
The three-member committee constituted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to hunt for a new head coach, has shortlisted five candidates from the 37 applications it received.

PCB to shortlist candidates for coach job on September 29
The four-member Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee, headed by former captain Intikhab Alam, will meet on September 29 to shortlist candidates for the position of head coach.

Ex-Pak players say Waqar handled 'demanding' coach job successfully
Former Pakistan players have hailed the performance of outgoing coach Waqar Younis following the successful conclusion of the Zimbabwe tour.

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