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PCB could seek details of Haider’s asylum claim

KARACHI: A three-member Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee recommended that the Board seek more information from Haider because it is unclear why the wicketkeeper quit the team and left the United Arab Emirates for London. The committee has been told that wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider, who had sought asylum in London last month, has a complex personality and “weak nerves.”
The committee interviewed Pakistan team members and support staff, and were told that Haider “is a person who is easily convinced into believing whatever is said to him.” In November, Haider fled the Pakistan team hotel in Dubai and flew to London seeking asylum, claiming he received death threats in an attempt to make him throw matches against South Africa.

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