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Opposition in Sharjah tournament not all that hot

Apr 9, 2003: I must admit that it is not easy to concentrate on cricket, much less enjoy it while a brutal war rages in Iraq

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Pakistan lost a great opportunity to groom a captain

Apr 2, 2003: Is it right that we should be playing cricket while a war rages in Iraq

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Will Kenya's upsurge revive cricket, lovely cricket?

Mar 19, 2003: Australia and lately India play their cricket with intensity

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There is no need for a coach at the highest level

Mar 12, 2003: If the building process is continuous, there is no need to re-build

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Bowlers fail in crunch match against India

Mar 5, 2003: Pakistan's chance in the World Cup hangs by a slender thread

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Australians red-hot favourites

Jan 29, 2003: Australia won the VB series in style and in the process showed that there were two ways of going about the winning business

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Pakistan's lack of consistency main concern

Jan 22, 2003: There is a holier-than-thou self-righteousness about the Darren Lehmann case

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No post-mortem needed for tame surrender against South Africa

Jan 8, 2003: I don't think we need any post-mortems to tell us what went wrong in the Cape Town Test match and indeed in the entire tour of South Africa

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Unfit players bad for morale of team

Jan 1, 2003: It took nine overs for South Africa to make the 44 runs, required to win the Durban test match by 10 wickets

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Cricket board reposes confidence in Waqar for World Cup

Dec 25, 2002: There was never really any doubt that Waqar Younis would lead Pakistan in the World Cup

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One-day internationals becoming a tamasha

Dec 18, 2002: There is first of all the injury to Shane Warne that may keep him out of the World Cup

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Shoaib should not behave like a spoilt brat

Dec 4, 2002: PAKISTAN made a clean sweep of both the Test and the One-day internationals against Zimbabwe and the margins were emphatic

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Shoaib must consider himself lucky man

Nov 20, 2002: Nothing has suggested so far that there is any basis to the security concerns that have been raised about Harare and Bulawayo as venues for World Cup matches

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Pakistan batsmen need a crash course

Nov 13, 2002: England proved not to be an immovable object as Australia, the irresistible force, blew them away as it had Pakistan

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Pakistan better erase memory of Sharjah

Oct 23, 2002: MUHAMMAD Ali (as Cassius Clay) taunted Sonny Liston mercilessly, "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee" was the least offensive of his taunts

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Questions need to be answered

Why did Pakistan crumble in Sharjah?

Oct 16, 2002: When an airliner crashes, the first thing that the accident investigators do is to search for the 'black box' and the cockpit voice recorder which might provide clues about the likely cause for the crash

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Young guns good for future of Pakistan

Oct 9, 2002: Once one had got over the disappointment, a huge disappointment for Pakistan had come tantalisingly close to winning, one felt good for the future of Pakistan cricket

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Afridi should be in Test squad

Sep 25, 2002: The perception is that all is not well with the Pakistan team

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Spare a thought for brilliant Sri Lankans

Sep 18, 2002: Even, as we slam our cricket team, spare a thought for the brilliant cricket that Sri Lanka played, this was a team that seemed down and out on its tour of England, almost entirely because Muttiah Muralitharan was unfit

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Pakistan's main worry remains batting

Sep 4, 2002: All I know about the sending back of Yousuf Youhana from Nairobi on disciplinary grounds is what I have read in the newspapers

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