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April 26, 2004, 12:04 PM
shoaib akhtarke kintu court ar mukhomukhi hote hochhe. pakistan doler ai boler kintu tritiyo test match a injury ar ojuhat dekhiye fielding korenni ebong shai shathe bolling korenni. tobe ar por kintu bat haate tini chomotkar khelechen. jar karone onek shomorthokder modhhai prosno jage je tar ai injury ar karon kotota shotto. ebong tar ak shomorthok kintu ai jonno tar name adalote akti case thuke diyechen. ebong medical report onujayi kintu shoaib shustho chilen. tobe shoaib kintu courtke face kroar jonno prostut. shoaib ar shathe kintu jiggashabad kora hobe moin khan ebong aro kichu player jara injury ar karon dekhiye 3 number test match ti khelenni. amar mone hoi je shoaib jodi asholai injury na thake ebong eta jodi promanito na hoi ami mone kori je pakistan doler jonno eta akta khubi kharap bishoy. ete kore kintu buzha jai je tader playerder modhhe understand khub kharap. i think pakistan should look for a new captain and a new coach. karon amar mone hoi na je injamam ar shathe karo shomporko bhalo ebong amar mone hoi na je injamam akjon bhalo batsman holeo tar kintu captaincy skill khubi kom. pakistan surely needs someone like wasim akram. dannabad.
April 27, 2004, 08:20 AM
Originally posted by FaltuRidwanBhai
ami mone kori je pakistan doler jonno eta akta khubi kharap bishoy. ete kore kintu buzha jai je tader playerder modhhe understand khub kharap. dannabad.
"The lack of urgency is pretty evident. Even a non-cricketing person like my wife can see that."
Shahryar Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, reacts to Pakistan's defeat at Multan
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April 27, 2004, 05:53 PM
Shoaib, Moin, Razzaq to appear before
PCB commission today
KARACHI, April 27: Fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar will appear before the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) medical commission on Wednesday along with former captain Moin Khan and all rounder Abdul Razzaq.
A PCB spokesman said on Monday that Shoaib had confirmed that he would be available to appear before the medical commission on April 28.
"The commission has also called Moin Khan and Razzaq the same day at the National cricket academy," he added.
The members of the commission are: Dr Abdul Wajid (orthopaedic surgeon, Agha Khan Hospital), Dr Naseer Ahmed (former head of orthopaedic department, King Edward Medical College), Dr Riaz Ahmed (Pakistan team doctor) and Dr Sohail Saleem (member, PCB panel of doctors).
The commission will examine the injuries to Moin Khan, Abdul Razzaq, Shabbir Ahmed, Umar Gul and Shoaib Akhtar that they sustained during the recent home series against India.
Shoaib’s brother Shahid Akhtar said that the fast bowler was due to return from Mumbai on Monday night. "What he has confirmed is his availability on Wednesday."
The PCB Chief Executive Mr Rameez Raja said the commission has not been constituted to find an escape-goat and punish him for the series loss to India.
"It has been constituted to find why so many players got injured and what can be done in future to prevent so many injuries. The other objective is to help the players get their names cleared from the general perception that they faked their injuries, if they were genuinely injured. But while saying this, I must make myself very clear that if it was proved that some players did fake their injuries, they will be taken to task," he said in an earlier statement.
The medical commission besides studying the MRI reports of Shoaib and the other players will also have a bone scan taken of Shoaib on Wednesday to confirm how serious his injury was.
April 28, 2004, 12:09 PM
Fiery Pakistani pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar had his rib fractured while playing against India in the decisive third Test, his brother said, amid a probe into suspected feigned injuries.
"My brother appeared before a PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) medical commission and his X-rays proved that his 11th rib was fractured," Shoaib's elder brother Shahid Akhtar told AFP on Wednesday.
The top Pakistani paceman hopes to get a fair deal from the probe investigating whether he feigned his injury during the match in Rawalpindi this month, he added.
"As an obedient servant of Pakistan cricket, Shoaib appeared before the commission and now X-rays proved he was injured, he hopes to continue playing for Pakistan," said Shahid.
Shoaib himself refused to comment on the issue, pending the investigation.
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April 29, 2004, 12:28 AM
ato kichur poro tobuo keno jani amar mone hoi kothai jani akta fak royeche. tanahole ak shathe erokom coincidentally doler shob key playerer ak shathe injure howar beparta kintu amar kache khub akta shabhabik bole mone hochhe na. dannabad.
April 30, 2004, 06:29 AM
PCB not accepted the injury report of Shoaib, they will wait for the report of commission. PCB is not happy as all the news is publishing without PCB’s concern. BBC news (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cricket/3672797.stm)
April 30, 2004, 08:35 AM
well pcb might not be happy but as far as i know shoaib has been able to prove himself injured in the third match. well the pakistan cricket board and all the players are also very complicated. i dont want to comment any further about them without having any further true relevant and valid information.
May 13, 2004, 05:42 PM
What does Kintu mean?
May 13, 2004, 07:39 PM
kintu = but.
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