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Pakistan must move on after losing Muhammad Yousuf: Intikhab

KARACHI: Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam has criticised experienced batsman Muhammad Yousuf for joining the unofficial Indian Cricket League T20 competition. Yousuf, 34, has been banned by the Pakistan Cricket Board. He averaged an impressive 55.49 in 79 tests and 43.18 in 269 one-dayers. “Yousuf has been the backbone of the middle order batting but since...

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 6, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 6, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
Pakistan must move on after losing Muhammad Yousuf: Intikhab

KARACHI: Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam has
criticised experienced batsman Muhammad Yousuf for joining the
unofficial Indian Cricket League T20 competition.
Yousuf, 34, has been banned by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
He averaged an impressive 55.49 in 79 tests and 43.18 in 269
one-dayers.
“Yousuf has been the backbone of the middle order batting
but since he is no longer eligible to play for Pakistan, we
must look ahead and groom a replacement,” Alam told reporters.
“Yousuf's decision is not only ill-timed but unfortunate as
well. I am positive we can overcome his loss as we have the
talent to find a suitable replacement in time,” he added.
The PCB has also threatened to take Yousuf to court if he
does not pay back the money it invested in him to keep him from
joining the ICL in 2007.

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