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The management of our respective boards ...
The management of our respective boards will now continue to fine-tune the tour schedule," said Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase.
The ZC chairman added that he is also talking to his West Indies Cricket Board counterpart to see what they can do about the West Indies tour to Zimbabwe, given the new Pakistan tour dates.
Zimbabwe Cricket chairman ...
Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase says Pakistan's incoming tour will go ahead next month with a revised schedule.
PublishedJul 29, 201508:05pm
Harare: Zimbabwe Cricket ...
Harare: Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase says Pakistan's incoming tour will go ahead next month with a revised schedule.
Pakistan was set for a month-long visit from August 17, then reportedly decided to delay the limited-overs series so as not to jeopardize its qualification for the 2017 Champions Trophy, which will be based on team rankings on September 30.
For now, Pakistan has the eighth and final qualifying spot.
said Pakistan will still come next month for a tour that was agreed to after Zimbabwe travelled to Pakistan in May, ignoring its own government's safety advice to become the first test nation to play in the country for six years.
A committee had been set up ...
A committee had been set up to look at Utseya's allegations, Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase said.
He said Utseya's letter had been sent to the board "a long time ago."
ZC chairman Wilson Manase said, "Given that the document was addressed and delivered to me and that ZC has since set up a committee of enquiry into the whole matter, it is disturbing that the document has now been leaked to the media.
In a letter to Zimbabwe ...
In a letter to Zimbabwe Cricket chairman, Wilson Manase, the 30-year-old spinner said Campbell has a "personal agenda against him which influenced his non-selection (in the playing XI) at the recent World Cup". ('We were sick and tired of losing to big teams')