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Geoffrey Boycott to replace Imran Khan as Pakistani leader

The Pakistani government has made a controversial choice by choosing to elect outspoken former Yorkshire cricketer and grumpy old bugger, Geoffrey Boycott, as a replacement for outgoing Prime Minister, Imran Khan. Mr Khan's supporters are furious that he has been dropped and have taken to the streets, demanding action replays and use of the DRS.

Boycott has agreed to pad up and walk out to the crease and has promised to put Pakistan back on the world map.

"Khan was OK as a one day Prime Minister, or even a 20-20 leader but, on the big occasions, he needed to use his skills better and put in much more effort. He needed more games and not just on Sunday afternoons", he told our reporter.

He continued, "Khan has had a terrible innings. My grandmother could have done a better job than that."

Boycott is said to have already put together a Trophy Cabinet, his first eleven, which includes Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, and Dickie Bird as Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Boycott's grandmother was unavailable for comment.

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