Pakistan “Can’t Maintain 3 Stadiums”: Wasim Akram’s Reply On Making New Stadiums Like Dharamsala


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Pakistan cricket team's legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram criticized the infrastructure of the country's cricket stadiums and said that the authorities have failed to maintain three stadiums in the northern part of the country. During a discussion on A Sports, Akram was asked by a fan about the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) not investing in a new stadium in northern Pakistan in the context of India's Dharamshala Stadium and New Zealand's Queenstown Stadium. Akram commented that the roof of the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore is currently in a poor condition, adding that they can only dream of building a new stadium before it despite having much more field in places like Abbottabad.

“We have seen stadiums like Dharamshala and Queenstown (New Zealand), why is the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) not investing in the infrastructure of stadiums in the northern areas?” the fan asked.

“We can't even maintain three stadiums, (Where else will we make a new one) How can we create a new one? (Gaddafi have seen the roof of) Have you seen the roof of Gaddafi Stadium that they were showing from the drone? We can't even control the three we have. We can only dream of creating something new. However, we have enough space to build a new stadium. “Abbottabad is a very beautiful ground,” Akram said.

Earlier, Akram had made a sensational claim that South African David Miller, who plays for Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League (IPL), has postponed his marriage to play the last three matches of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) 2024 for Fortune Barishal. Had done.

Akram claimed that Miller was offered $150,000 (approximately Rs 1.24 crore) to play the last three matches and lead the team to its first title in the competition. Miller recently married his longtime girlfriend Camilla Harris in a star-studded ceremony in Cape Town.

“I just found out today because we were discussing who won the BPL because we weren't following it because of the PSL,” he told A Sports' The Pavilion. David Miller was paid $150,000 to play three matches. The offer was made. They postponed their wedding.” Show on 12 March after the clash between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings.

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