I have been following cricket for least 10 years now and much of this time has been spent following cricket on forums such as this with plenty of others to share their opinions. In my honest opinion there is nothing more that hurts Pakistan cricket then its fans and their doing. There always seems to be a large group of supporters of certain players willing to goto any extent to make sure their favorite player is not only within team but never held responsible for anything. If Player A is in the side to open and he simply isn't good enough. Fans will blame the management for using the player as an opener and ask for the player to be moved down the order. Not only that they will ask someone who has batted their entire life at either 4/5 down to open or move up the order. If they refuse they are cowards. If Player B is scoring runs for fun at his given position or least seems to be doing very well. Someone comes along and suggests Player X be tried at the position regardless of the player X has done anything to earn the spot. PCB keeping with its tradition of ill planning will simply move Player B to open where he is going to have a tough time or move him down the order where he isn't useful. All this to satisfy some fans and egos. In the process perhaps ending a promising career. If this isn't enough when a player finally decides to put a price on their wicket and score for the team at healthy strike rate we want those players to be dropped because they are too slow!! No sixes...no strike rate of 140% your simply not good enough doesn't matter you average above 40/50 or 60. When these players are no longer required to be hitting sixes and fours but playing a good solid test innings and they do fail miserably their fans find something else or someone to blame on. Why stop there. These players are loved so much instead of asking the right questions such as why are they dropping sitters fans want special coaches on how to train the Pakistani cricketers on how to catch dollies. All the problems Pakistan cricket is facing and will continue to face is simply directly or indirectly the result of double standards from the PCB and Pakistani fans and reflected within our cricketers. Who would much rather play in the IPL then for Pakistan. Until we start selecting our teams on pure merit nothing is going to change. Instead of supporting team Pakistan we support certain players and then wonder why there is power struggle going on. Let us grow up and send the right message to our cricketers and the PCB.