Mohammad Amir, who is renowned to make controversial headlines, has been criticized by the former Pakistani cricketer, Saeed Ajmal. The story of Amir is trending for the last few months as he reckoned unwillingness for playing under the current PCB management.
He revealed that he is mentally harassed from the coaches’ end and will rejoin Pakistan Cricket once the current management (Misbah ul Haq and Waqar Younis) leaves their respective posts. He uttered that the players are mentally tortured and emphasized ‘favoritism in PCB.
Amir has been receiving a lot of criticism since now. Recently, he has revealed that he will be applying for a UK visa. Multiple assumptions have been made on his revelation as people believe he will be eligible to play the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Saeed says that he does not what happened between the management and him but his statement surely clears whatever he suffered. He elaborated that the system can’t be changed hence, he has to suffer without demanding for the PCB management to sack down.
Esy Logon ka Esa He Hota Hai, Saeed Ajmal criticizes Mohammad Amir
From what he is saying, it looks like he was dealt unfairly. But I don’t know what happened between him and team management behind the scenes. He is saying that he will only play for Pakistan after Misbah and Waqar leave their post as head coach and bowling coach,”
While talking to Cricket Pakistan in an interview, he added that the pacer should better work on his performance to fix his spot in the team.
“Aise logo ka aisa hi hota hai (such players suffer exactly this way). It is not right for a player to ask for the removal of a coach. Amir should focus on his performance and cement his place before making such demands,”
“Amir had given his retirement out of desperation but now he is thinking of coming back. If he has made his decision to retire, then he should stick to it,”
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