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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Zulqarnain loses another lawyer

LONDON: Pakistan’s former wicket-keeper, Zulqarnain Haider, is falling short of supporters as he embarks further upon the path of truth and honesty.
Zulqarnain Haider
Amid worries regarding threats to his family based in Lahore, Zulqarnain was dealt another dent on Monday when his lawyer, Natasha Malik, withdrew her support for the troubled wicket-keeper.
Zulqarnain, who decided to leave the national team in United Arab Emirates after taking Pakistan to an unlikely victory in the fourth One Day International against South Africa, is due to unveil the names of the players and officials in the country’s domestic cricket who are involved in the menace of match and spot fixing.
Earlier, Ansar Barni Welfare Trust also decided against taking case of Zulqarnain Haider.
Natasha Malik told British media the reasons why she decided to quit Zoly’s War on Match and Spot Fixing. She said that the wicket-keeper is adamant to numerous offers made by the Pakistan Cricket Board therefore she had to change her mind and give up her weight behind him.
Zulqarnain Haider
Last week, Zoly said on his facebook page that he would soon reveal the names of those who have made huge bucks for selling the name of country and their teams.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) then decided to leave out former skipper Shoaib Malik, wicket-keeper-batsman Kamran Akmal, and Danish Kaneria owing to possible show of dismay by the International Cricket Council which is working with the PCB to root out the menace of corruption from the game.
It would be interesting to see which players, Zulqarnain would name sometime this week as this would open a new Pandora Box of rumours and speculations regarding level of corruption in Pakistan’s domestic cricket structure.

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