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    Inzy eyes English county cricket


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    He's facing a big obstacle to get his place back in the team. As I've mentioned before, I think the Board is vary of selecting him as they don't want him to undermine Malik's leadership (intentionally or not). Personally, Inzi is my favorite Pakistani player atm and I would love to see him play some more. Specially since I think he has a lot left in him. However, I am conflicted about this issue. I want what's best for Pakistan cricket in the long term. I don't want the team's harmony and balance effected by his inclusion. It's not like they're a stable bunch to begin with. Oh well, let's see how this plays out.

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    Don't see him lasting a full season (well, the season is nearly half way through anyway ) - he might get a short-term contract somewhere I suppose, but I think most of the counties have already arranged their replacements for Saffie/Indian/Sri Lankan players involved elsewhere. .So realistically you'd be looking at next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusion View Post
    He's facing a big obstacle to get his place back in the team. As I've mentioned before, I think the Board is vary of selecting him
    Indeed zey are, you are quvite rrright.

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    Was continuing along Fus's lines, TBH.

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    OK... Fus said "wary" with a "v" instead of a "w" (was presumably a typo).

    I pulled him up on it.

    Whole exchange was totally in jest, just in case you didn't realise.

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    Pakistan cricket seems all crazy ATM, how could the board even consider not having Inzi in the test side.

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    For once aussie is right on the mark.

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    I can understand why Pakistan would be reluctant about having Inzamam in the Test side due to him possibly undermining Shoaib Malik although I don't really see Inzamam as intentionally doing that sort of thing. He is the best Test batsman they posess at the moment, so he should be picked.
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