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Posted by   on (May 6, 2013, 23:36 GMT)

Oh yes, I cant play a hook shot - hmm get a short hair cut. I'm a fast bowler - well a long hair with a head band is the way, I cant play a cover drive - tonsuring the head is the solution .. What next suit stylists and make up men?

Posted by   on (May 4, 2013, 21:23 GMT)

haha nice post by cricinfo good picture by satish well done but wasim akram is a legend the team may bounce back in champions trophy take +ness lol :) waiting for champions trophy :)

Posted by   on (May 4, 2013, 6:32 GMT)

hilarious. I don't see any wrong with Akram's comment. what's wrong in being presentable while playing cricket.

Posted by Wick_key on (May 4, 2013, 5:50 GMT)

Having a problem with my cover drive.Wondering whether changing my hair style resolve it...

Posted by   on (May 3, 2013, 19:53 GMT)

For heaven sake someone should have listened to Wasim Akram about hair stylist, He said we called hair stylist to guide our guys about being presentable outside the arena, Our players are role models so they better know how to dress well and look very much presentable and there is nothing wrong or Hilarious about it, If it is then please stop visiting hair saloon or surfing internet for better styles.

Posted by   on (May 3, 2013, 9:59 GMT)

hahahaha good thinking hilarious

Posted by   on (May 3, 2013, 9:42 GMT)

Fast bowlers are expected to bowl some maiden overs. This will give them the opportunity to bowl over some maidens. All of them are not IK.

Posted by devilsrockets on (May 3, 2013, 8:11 GMT)

Yes, I still don't understand the logic behind looking good and the positive impact it is going to have on one's performance. Some of the world's best fast bowlers, arguably, weren't as good looking as they would have wanted to be. Seriously, I didn't expect such a gaffe from a world class bowler of Wasim Akram's stature. Perhaps he is too disappointed with the fact that none of Pakistani players are in IPL which has its own share of glitz and glamour and after being involved heavily with an IPL team, I guess, he wants his players to look like some of the players in the Indian league. On a lighter note, really funny, can't stop laughing my heart out...:-D

Posted by Haleos on (May 3, 2013, 8:04 GMT)

Hilarious...god know who they will call next..

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