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Pakistan Is Ready To Train Asian Cricket Players
Published September 27, 2012
HELP! I NEED SOMEBODY: The PTI reported that Asian Cricket Council CEO Ashraful Huq of Bangladesh has "made it clear that his organization cannot help in reviving int'l cricket in Pakistan, as it is the responsibility of the International Cricket Council." Huq said, "The ACC can't do anything to revive international cricket in Pakistan, this has to be done by the ICC." PCB Chair Ashraf, meanwhile said that "his foremost priority is to bring int'l cricket back to Pakistan." He also urged all the member countries to "help Pakistan in its cause." Ashraf said, "Our main task is to bring back international matches to our country, as our people have been deprived of watching their team play at home" (PTI, 9/25).