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Wives not to accompany Pakistani cricketers

January 07, 2003 18:30 IST

Due to a ban imposed by the Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday, the country's cricketers will have to leave their wives behind on their tour to South Africa for the World Cup.

The decision was taken during a meeting chaired by PCB chief Lieutenant General Tauqir Zia.

Meanwhile, manager-designate of the Pakistan World Cup squad, Shaharyar Khan, has been briefed about the players' contracts and the code of conduct.

Khan, a former diplomat and ex-foreign secretary, served as manager of the team for the last World Cup as well for the tour to India in 1998.

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