PUNE (India) Pakistans wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider is panicking now as he feels his pocket is empty. Speaking to this scribe, he said, I have now moved into my friends (Liaquat Ali, not the cricketer) place at Manchester and not living in any hotel in London. I had come here with the 900 pounds in my purse and cant afford to stay longer in hotel. Haider is uncertain about his duration in England. I am not yet decided about my return to Pakistan. It is also not decided whether I would be in a position to invite my wife and two daughters here, he added. Pray for me. This is the first time I shall be celebrating Eid without my family members. Haider has still not signed with the Lashings World XI where he has been invited to play. I am thankful for the offer but I need to seek Britains Home Minister Office to play for this club, he said. The club had sheltered the players which include Pakistans Rashid Latif and Zimbabwes Henry Olonga in a similar situation in the past and have enlisted the help of Rashid Latif who has been texting Zulqarnain to advise him. The former Pakistan wicketkeeper has been a Lashings stalwart since he was shunned by the cricket establishment in his home country for blowing the whistle on match-fixing scandals over a decade ago. Interestingly, Indias master-blaster Sachin Tendulkar has also played for this club in the past during his tennis elbow injury rehabilitation period. Haider is yet to be re-approached by the ICCs Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) and also by the Pakistan Cricket Board on his fleeing to England.