Friday, April 3, 2009

ICC president David Morgan: International Cricket to be Back in Pakistan

ICC president David Morgan has recently put some hopes in the future of Pakistan cricket which is now badly hit by security concern of the country. Morgan expressed that international cricket would come back in Pakistan again, but not in the immediate future. However, he insists that the security condition of Pakistan must be improved before ICC would allow international teams to tour Pakistan. Mr. Morgan is hopeful that the condition would improve in Pakistan.

After the bloody terror attack on Sri Lankan team bus on 3 March near Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium, Pakistan cricket seems to have left in isolation in world cricket because it is pretty much clear that no international team would like to tour Pakistan very soon. Now that, ICC president has affirmed to provide all the supports to Pakistan, cricket fans and players of Pakistan can hold their hope high.

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