Former Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Wasim in his latest blog writes about the current Pakistan domestic structure and how it can be improved.
Hailing from Kalat, Balochistan, Raheela Zarmeen is the current manager of Balochistan United as well as Pakistan’s Women Football Team. She did her graduation in Political Science and holds a diploma in Mass Communication. She is also member of the Youth Parliament Pakistan & Beydar Foundation. In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, Raheela talked about the obstacles she had to face, her struggle for the development of women football in Balochistan, players that inspire her, future aspirations and much more.
Time to stop the former cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz who continues his crusade against imaginary enemies at the PCB
The former Pakistan batsman and Head Coach at the ICC Cricket Academy, spoke about Pakistan's disappointing World Cup campaign and his views on the rivalry between Australia and New Zealand as they prepare to meet in the final of the 2015 World Cup.
Writing on his blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Zahid provides his thoughts on a few important issues related to Pakistan's disappointing World Cup campaign.
PakPassion.net's Saj Sadiq previews the Quarter Final game between Australia and Pakistan
Asif Iqbal spoke about Pakistan's progress in the 2015 World Cup with particular references to the inclusion of Sarfraz Ahmed and the road ahead for Pakistan as they prepare to meet Australia in the Quarter Finals.
Pakistan win by 7 wickets - Ireland 237 (50.0 ov) , Pakistan 241/3 (46.1 ov). Safraz Ahmed scores 101 as Pakistan win by 7 wickets to qualify for the Quarter Finals.
Misbah-ul-Haq's achievements, legacy and standards which future captains will find hard to follow are the subject of Saj's latest article to feature on Sky Sports.
Last Saturday evening, a jubilant and a visibly relaxed, Pakistani Head Coach strode into the media room to speak to the press at the end of the game against South Africa that very few expected Pakistan to win. The Cornered Tigers had of late been playing like timid kittens but Saturday was different and the results were there for everyone to see.
In his latest blog on PakPassion.net, famous fast bowling coach Ian Pont discusses England's poor performance in the 2015 World Cup and the reason why they are struggling.