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Brand Shoaib Akhtar a Cricket Super Star, World fastest bowler but not a disciplined professional

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Brand Shoaib Akhtar a Cricket Super Star, Fastest bowler but not a disciplined professional

Shoaib Akhtar is a thorough Super Star in World Cricket, the fastest bowler who served tirelessly for Pakistan but some of his antics, poor discipline in commitments, lack of time keeping, not full-filing contracts and outlandish wild attitude really need to be fixed for himself.


Brand Shoaib Akhtar has made a big name for himself for playing cricket for Pakistan, but what Pakistanis really need to know is not cricketers who played just for Pakistan and hence are all not to be called cricket stars or legends of Pakistan. To become a Pakistani Cricket star or a Cricketing Legend must have accomplished victories for Pakistan, sacrificed for Pakistan, made a name for Pakistan in world, no bribery takers, disciplined with intelligent game knowledge, created records, rentless fighting spirit and were actual match winners.

Anyway watch Dr Nauman Niaz apologise for his behaviour with Shoaib Akhtar, takes a lot of grace, heart and courage to admit ones mistake:

 

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This idiot's job was to "Host " the show and treat the participants as per their mood and strengths and make a good entertaining show out of it.
He failed miserably at his job, now hiding behind criticism of a guest.
 

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Nauman Niaz breaks silence over fight with Shoaib Akhtar and says sorry in an Explosive Interview.

Shoaib Akhtar needs to be a better role model overall.

He needs to say sorry - he was out of order in his treatment of Shoaib.
Shoaib is no angel and frankly is in love with himself. He is arrogant and wasn’t exactly a shining example when he played the game.
I once had an encounter with him at Trent bridge when he was touring with Pak B. He was a nightmare to manage. He believed he was superior to the rest of the team. Perhaps that why he never reached the heights his talents merited.
 

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