The head coach of the Pakistan Cricket Team, Misbah ul Haq has revealed a condition for Mohammad Amir to be in the national squad. He says the fast bowler can be a part of the team if he stays fit and performs consistently.
In a conference arranged ahead of Pakistan tours of England and West Indies respectively, Misbah discussed Amir’s scenario who has recently marked his availability for the team taking his retirement back.
Earlier, the bowler took an indefinite retirement from Pakistan Cricket finding it unbearable for him to play under the current PCB management composing of Misbah ul Haq and Waqar Younis. The things twisted after the CEO of the board, Wasim Khan visited him personally. Amir was inspired by CEO’s action to voyage his realm tackling the problems between him and PCB.
Misbah added that there are no personal conflicts between him and Amir and contradicted the assumptions about politics inside PCB. Here are Misbah’s statements:
Misbah reveals, Amir will only be added to the squad if…
“As I have said before, Amir was dropped because of injuries and performance and later he announced retirement. If he takes his retirement back and performs well, the door is open for him to make comeback like every other player. I have no personal issue with him, which I have stated before as well,”
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“He made a comeback when I was captain and later as a coach. Last year, he wasn’t able to travel with us to England due to some family issues but as soon as they were resolved we straightaway included him in the squad. I don’t know why this issue has been created and why Amir thinks like that. If he stays, performs well and the team needs him, he will be considered for selection. Whatever happened in the past, I don’t think about it.”
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