Quote of the Day

"The way I see it Pakistan cricket is at the lowest ebb, we are not winning, our cricketers and umpires are embroiled in cheating scandals, teams don't want to tour Pakistan because of security issues, things were never this bad."
-- Newly appointed Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Najam Sethi, on the state of the country's national game. (REUTERS, 7/3)
Thursday July 4, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 18 Print This Issue

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