Searching for silver linings on a cloudy, cloudy day: three jailed Pakistani cricketers, a system imprisoned by incompetence, and the possibility of respite.
Why I think Man Utd vs Barcelona at Wembley will be a closer affair than most seem to think: principally, form and Ferguson.
Is it possible to overstate the importance of an India-Pakistan World Cup semifinal? Yes, I think so.
A selection of the best on Akmal today, from Twitter.
A quick post on Pakistan’s World Cup chances and fan expectations. We’re in a great position now, but let’s take nothing for granted…
I can’t figure out why anyone expects the Pakistani cricket team to do well and then cusses them out for failing to reach unrealistic expectations. Read more on why our cricketers should get more cheers instead of more criticism.
A personal, cathartic reaction to the biggest crisis Pakistan cricket has faced in a long, long time: it made a cynic out of someone who insisted on looking at the silver lining.
A short summary of my hopes and expectations for the World Cup 2010 Final.
For the first time since Inzamam left, Pakistan finally has a captain – and he’s leading the charge as Pakistan look to regain some lost pride in what may well turn out to be a pivotal summer.
A small preview of the quarterfinals, and why I think it’s been a great Cup so far.