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Pakistan players should keep away using Social media during Cricket World Cup 2015: PCB

Pakistan cricket board has warned players of Pakistan World Cup squad, not to use social networking during the Cricket World Cup 2015, which begins on February 14. Naved Akram Cheema has confirmed that players would not be allowed to use any social networking site in New Zealand tour and in the Cricket World Cup 2015. “I personally feel that people with free time are active on these sites but I don't think that our players will have enough time to focus on other things other than cricket and doing well in the Cricket World Cup 2015," he said. He said the PCB did not want the Pakistan players to get involved in unnecessary issue which usually happen when they are using these networking sites. Cheema, who was newly appointed manager for the Cricket World Cup 2015 in place of Moin Khan, said that any player found guilty of violating this clause would be punished.

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