Together with the PSL 2019 upon us, cricket forums have been buzzing round the net. Together with the sub-continent being home to the many fervent lovers of this sport, it must come as no real surprise to a casual follower of this sport that this site, a Pakistan-based cricket website is one of the very popular, attracting members in the other states of this sub-continent too from each other cricket playing country, such as Pakistani expatriates from all over the world.
Cricket is comparable to a faith in the subcontinent. Everybody has an opinion about the topic and seems to understand better than their nation’s selectors about who must be in their group and that shouldn’t. Therefore a forum about the sport looks like a battle in which insults are hurled at dissenting remarks.
PP is deserving of praise for its sheer width of this platform it’s created for cricket lovers, but maybe not for its unifying part, and its inherent “Hail fellow, well met” spirit of camaraderie.
A high number of Indians include one of the associates of PP, and while the natives don’t constantly share their views on the sport they treat their neighbors with deference, often placing them in their simplicity, with reassurances for example, “we would like you to feel comprised “.
The broad array of forums include cricket, cricket clips, sports corner, comment archives, PP championships (dream cricket), cricket gear, and also something called cornered tigers, found in October 2010, offering tour packages to see Pakistan’s games round the world.
Others comprise Time Pass (talking just about anything like folks, politics, etc), Languages, such as those spoken in Pakistan, in addition to those spoken in different nations of the subcontinent, including Bengali and Hindi), introductions, PP store (tshirts tickets, etc), Tips and service (changing user names, pm’ing a fellow peoples, exchanging smileys (such as a Sania Mirza smiley), match referees space, Columns, (Noddys blog), TSN, Woolmer’s views, etc).