Pakistan’s batting stalwarts Younis Khan and Misbah-u-Haq are unfortunate during being left out of the list of idol players for a imminent Pakistan Super League Twenty20 tournament.
The iconic players were motionless on Wednesday by a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and stream Test captain Misbah and former Test skipper Younis were both wanting from a list while at same time dual foreigners who no longer play for their countries were given idol status.
Interestingly, Younis led Pakistan to their usually World T20 pretension in 2009 while Misbah has also captained a inhabitant T20 group and both a players are still active in this format.
“They are not happy and indications are that they will convey to a house that if they are not given care positions in a PSL authorization teams they competence skip it,” one well-informed source told PTI.
Younis has already publicly voiced his seductiveness in playing a heading purpose in a PSL.
“I would like to have a care position in a PSL like contend being captain or coach besides being a player,” Younis had told a media in Karachi.
The PCB abandoned another former inhabitant T20 captain Muhammad Hafeez from a list of idol players in a PSL.
Nadeem Omar, who has brought a Quetta team, pronounced that each of a 5 franchises have to take one idol actor from the list of Chris Gayle, Kevin Pietersen, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik and Shane Watson.
“After holding one idol actor any a franchises then can select players from a platinum, gold, china and rising categories,” he said.
The source pronounced that Younis and Misbah were pronounced to be upset after they were abandoned and a PCB select to collect Gayle, Watson and Pietersen as idol players.
“Pietersen is someone who has not been given this status in any other cricket joining and is someone who has been sidelined by England for some-more than a year now,” a source said.
“On other hand, Watson has late from Australian team duty in comparison both Younis and Misbah sojourn active players during a Test level,” he added.
Former Pakistan Test pacer Sikander Bakht has also started a new debate over a preference of coaches for a PSL when he claimed on a news channel that former Australian Test batsman Dean Jones was suspected of match-fixing.
Sikander pronounced that Jones, who has been allocated head coach of a Islamabad team, was forsaken from a Australian team and forced to retire since a Cricket Australia suspected him of being concerned in match-fixing.