The Pakistan Cricket Board is apparently perplexing to soften ODI captain Azhar Ali and opening batsman Mohammad Hafeez after they refused to join the national conditioning stay in Lahore on Thursday, protesting against a participation of sinister left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir.
Azhar Ali told Geo News channel that they don’t wish to take partial in a stay that includes Amir, who served a anathema for spot-fixing.
“But we are peaceful to plead a matter with usually the PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan,” Azhar said.
According to sources wakeful of a developments, Hafeez and Azhar reported for a stay in a morning event though did not lapse behind for a second session.
“A summary was conveyed to a group government including head manager Waqar Younis that a dual are not gentle 0training with Amir and will not lapse compartment he is there,” one source said.
The growth comes only one day after a PCB pleaded with former players, critics and commentators who are opposite Amir’s lapse to a inhabitant team, to pardon a tainted fast bowler.
Amir’s bid to make a quip to a inhabitant side was given a vital boost final week after he was invited for a inhabitant conditioning stay and also picked adult in a Pakistan Super League players draft.
“Hafeez and Azhar attended a stay in a morning but have not reported back,” PCB media manager Agha Akbar reliable but giving sum about their whereabouts.
Hafeez had progressing incited down an offer from Chittagong Vikings to underline in a Bangladesh Premier League as a authorization had already sealed Amir.
The former captain pronounced he could not share a dressing room with a actor who has tarnished a picture of Pakistan.
“It is not about people or any celebrity clash. It is about a picture of Pakistan cricket. we can't play with any actor who has tarnished and brought a bad name to the country,” Hafeez had told a media.
Former Pakistan Test captains Ramiz Raja and Rashid Latif and ex-Test opener and conduct manager Mohsin Khan have been very critical about permitting Amir or a dual other players Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif behind in a group after portion their spot-fixing bans.
Raja, who is also a envoy of Pakistan Super League (PSL), pronounced that if he had powers to make a call on a matter, he would have never let Amir play again.