In an exclusive article for PakPassion.net, the renowned fast-bowling coach Ian Pont explains how through the establishment of a well-planned technical fast-bowling coaching programme across all levels and a player management system can Pakistan reap the full benefits of the enormous bowling talent that exists in the country.
A participant in PSL 6 gives an eye-witness account of breaches in protocols which lead to the postponement of the tournament.
Former Pakistan and Karachi Kings coach discusses the upcoming PSL 6 season and why he feels the Karachi side have the firepower to retain their title.
Former South African batsman spoke about his impressions of the Lanka Premier League, the importance of a player like Shahid Afridi to any tournament, plans to continue coaching in T20 Leagues and offered his take on issues afflicting cricket in his home country.
PCB Chief Executive, Wasim Khan, in an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net spoke about the importance of England's proposed tour of Pakistan and why given the improved security situation in the country, he is confident that the visit for a 3-match T20I series will happen in early 2021.
The recently appointed fast-bowling coach at the NHPC feels that Pakistan cricket is heading in the right direction with important roles being given to former cricketers at the PCB.
By the time Azhar came out of his slumber and realised that attack was the best form of defence, it was all too late for the tourists.
Writing on PakPassion.net, former Australian batsman and current Karachi Kings Head Coach Dean Jones discusses the complex requirements for a Head Coach in a Pakistani environment as exemplified by the success of the late Bob Woolmer and why he, based on his experience with Islamabad United and Karachi Kings, will be more than willing to help Pakistan cricket in the future.
Whilst the unfortunate rise of the Coronavirus Pandemic seems to have captured the attention of the world, for Pakistani cricket fans, 2020 will be always be marked as the year PSL returned to its homeland...
Moeen Ali admitted to losing his love for cricket after a tough 2019 but is enjoying the game again and looking forward to contributing for England, as Saj (for Sky Sports) found out during the Pakistan Super League…