Shoaib Akhtar tells Pakistan Cricket Board to stop running after India

Shoaib Akhtar says it was high time that PCB start making efforts to develop the national side into a strong team rather than requesting BCCI to normalise cricketing ties.

updated: September 12, 2013 12:40 IST
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Karachi: Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar says instead of running after the BCCI for normalising cricket ties, the Pakistan Cricket Board should focus on converting the national team into a world class side.

The Indian government has rejected visa applications of the players of Pakistani side Faisalabad Wolves, which was to play in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament.

"I am not surprised that the Indians have not issued visas to the Faisalabad Wolves team for the Champions League. The fact is that until and unless we have normal and friendly relations at the government to government level why do we expect the Indian cricket board to be supportive.

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