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Shoaib Malik May Return in Cricket Team

Cricket News: Pakistan Cricket team former Captain Shoaib Malik may be return to national team for upcoming series against Zimbabwe, source reported on August 07, 2011.


Shoaib Malik Former Captain Pakistan Cricket TeamSource told that Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) integrity committee is satisfied with Shoaib Malik Reply on the 90,000 pounds deceitful in one of his bank account.


Now the indications that the PCB satisfied with the replay of Shoaib Malik, he has send to them regarding the secrecy surrounding the amount in his bank account.


Source also told that PCB integrity committee called him on 15 August for hearing and will clear him that he will be play against Zimbabwe.


Shoaib Malik who has not been played in international cricket since last year month of August now he will be play for Pakistan International Airline – PIA in the Moin Khan Ramadan Night Tournament that being started as the Karachi City on Saturday but after the tournament Shoaib Malik job National Bank.


Shoaib Malik of retrieval the national team captaincy by next year as Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ijaz Butt and national selectors consider he is an automatic choice for ODI and T20 cricket.


Story Extra Edit by E Pakistan News Staff Member on Sunday August 07, 2011.

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