Posted on February 14, 2007
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40 responses to “Pakistan Cricket: A Chronic Lack of Professionalism”

  1. […] However, in many real ways, the World Cup will begin for Pakistan today (Friday, March 9) when Pakistan meets South Africa – who many consider to be the favorites along with Australia – in a warm-up game. Neither side is likely to – or should – take the game lightly; certainly not Pakistan which is so beset with so many problems. […]

  2. Lolz, what can be done. we say like that we will not see matches again due to bad performance of our team but cant help. we are forced to see & pray for our team when they enter in the ground. ;)

  3. Eidee Man says:

    not crazy, but completely insane…read this…apparently Akhtar is taking Woolmer, Inzi, et. al to court:

    http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/rsavpak/content/cu rrent/story/280586.html

  4. Eidee Man says:

    [quote comment=”34411″]….by the way, did anyone catch the unprofessional display of the Australian team today, losing to New Zealand in an identical manner as Pakistan did to the Proteas. That’s three losses in a row for Australia; perhaps they should go play across the border as well.

    ….oh wait

    …[/quote]

    hahaha yeah! Cricket world’s going crazy.. :)

  5. Akif Nizam says:

    ….by the way, did anyone catch the unprofessional display of the Australian team today, losing to New Zealand in an identical manner as Pakistan did to the Proteas. That’s three losses in a row for Australia; perhaps they should go play across the border as well.

    ….oh wait …