Fazeer Mohammed in his latest blog for PakPassion.net writes about the disappointing performances by the West Indies in the short 2-match series against South Africa, explains why any predictions count for little whenever Pakistan and West Indies meet in a series and hopes that the appointment of Darren Sammy as an independent non-member director of Cricket West Indies will bring positive change for cricket in the region.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed writes about why the recent losses to Bangladesh should not come as a surprise given the declining standards of West Indies cricket, the positives from Pakistan's hard-fought win over South Africa in the 1st Test and the lessons other nations can learn from New Zealand's rise to become finalists in the inaugural edition of the World Test Championship.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed expresses his disappointment at Pakistani cricketers' lack of support for BLM during their tour of England and argues that the movement has a universal appeal, and should have had more support from cricketers of all nationalities.
Writing in his latest blog on PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed analyses the reasons behind West Indies’ dismal Test series loss to England and hopes that the Pakistan team management will have paid attention to the manner in which the home side fought back to win the series after losing the first Test.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Trinidadian cricket commentator and journalist Fazeer Mohammed writes about the efforts being made to restart international cricket with the imminent tours by West Indies and Pakistan of England, and why cricket's long-term sustainability is challenged by the refusal of the Big-3 to facilitate a level playing field for all.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed expresses his opinions about the control that the Big 3 exercise over world cricket, South Africa's current woes in international cricket, Phil Simmons' second stint as coach of West Indies and why the weight of expectations on the shoulders of Pakistan's young fast-bowlers could be detrimental for their progress.