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The blame culture is still alive and kicking in Pakistani cricketing circles and this time it was Malik whose neck was on the line. Why havent the manager or coach or selectors also been sacked? It seems that in Pakistan cricket every time we lose, someone has to get the blame for it and this time it was Malik.

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Javed Miandad has resigned from his position as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) director general with immediate effect. Miandad's resignation comes less than 24 hours after emergency meetings with officials and former and current players resulted in Younis Khan taking over the Pakistan captaincy from Shoaib Malik.

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The blame culture is still alive and kicking in Pakistani cricketing circles and this time it was Malik whose neck was on the line. Why havent the manager or coach or selectors also been sacked? It seems that in Pakistan cricket every time we lose, someone has to get the blame for it and this time it was Malik.

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Javed Miandad has resigned from his position as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) director general with immediate effect. Miandad's resignation comes less than 24 hours after emergency meetings with officials and former and current players resulted in Younis Khan taking over the Pakistan captaincy from Shoaib Malik.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board have announced that with immediate effect, Younis Khan will take over from Shoaib Malik as the new team captain. It follows on from Pakistan's 2-1 defeat to Sri Lanka in the recent ODI series on home soil.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board have announced that with immediate effect, Younis Khan will take over from Shoaib Malik as the new team captain. It follows on from Pakistan's 2-1 defeat to Sri Lanka in the recent ODI series on home soil.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board have announced that with immediate effect, Younis Khan will take over from Shoaib Malik as the new team captain. It follows on from Pakistan's 2-1 defeat to Sri Lanka in the recent ODI series on home soil.

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They say that as the end approaches, you start thinking about the beginning. Now, to even hint at the notion that Pakistan's 234 run crushing defeat to the jubilant Sri Lanka signifies the start of an era akin to that of an economic depression where the men in green would find themselves contesting for a position in the lower tiers of the ICC ranking tables would be wholly unacceptable.

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Now that Malik and the current Pakistani team has been exposed for what they are. I suggest now is the perfect time to make a few prudent rectifications.

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They say that as the end approaches, you start thinking about the beginning. Now, to even hint at the notion that Pakistan's 234 run crushing defeat to the jubilant Sri Lanka signifies the start of an era akin to that of an economic depression where the men in green would find themselves contesting for a position in the lower tiers of the ICC ranking tables would be wholly unacceptable.

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