Tag Archives: ICC

Pakistan: Selecting Weak Teams

The Pakistan Cricket Board officials must shun their over-inflated egos and get Saeed Ajmal back in the team. On his part Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will do well by re-forming his Cabinet immediately before someone else does it for him.

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Cricket: ICC Continues Crusade of Isolating Associates

The ICC have announced that the 2019 World Cup would be reduced to ten teams, with the door for associate teams gaining qualification all but shut. Cricket cannot call itself a world sport, and on this basis it cannot even pretend that it is hosting a World Cup.

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ICC’s Big in Bucks, Small in Mind Deal

The ICC have signed a big, new broadcasting deal. It’s reportedly worth a lot of money, but the deal has simply reiterated that the ICC only views things in the short term and has no plans for making itself sustainable. Instead, it continues to hand power over to a select few.

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Can Palestinians Prove War Crimes Against Israel?

Palestinian leaders have announced to pursue war crimes charges against Israel during Gaza operation. But are they prepared for a legal battle?

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Afghanistan Takes Cricket World by Storm

Only six years ago, Afghanistan, its sports programs struggling to overcome the consequences of war, was in lowly Division 5 of the World Cricket League.   Since then, the country has steadily improved and is now set to compete in the 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.   The team has not yet cruised into the privileged …

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