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Moin apologises to Pak fans for casino visit

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Published on February 27, 2015 with No Comments

Pakistan’s chief selector Moin Khan today apologised to the country’s cricket fans for his casino visit on the eve of a crucial World Cup match for which he has been sent back home from the 50-over showpiece event.  Moin, who had clarified that he had only gone to the casino for a dinner outing, accepted his “inappropriate” choice of venue and said sorry for his actions that has offended millions of Pakistan cricket lovers. “I had gone to a casino in Christchurch with friends and family to have dinner. In hindsight, the choice of venue for dinner was indeed inappropriate. It has offended the Pakistan public as well as cricket fans,” Moin said in a statement


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