Karachi: Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has said that the national team players are afraid to ask for a break despite feeling tired because they are afraid that they were left out of the team due to a ‘communication gap’ with the team management. can go. Aamir, who retired from Test cricket to prolong his career in the limited overs format, said that there is a need to improve dialogue and mutual understanding between the players and the management.
Mohammad Amir said, ‘The problem is that if a player in Pakistan cricket dares to say that he wants a break, then he is thrown out, so the player is now talking to the team management about it Are afraid There is such a mentality in Pakistan cricket where players are afraid of being out of the team. I think this situation of communication gap between the players and the team management should be eradicated.
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Aamir said, “If the player wants a break, he should be happy to talk to the team management and they should understand his point of view and give him rest instead of being excluded from the team.” Aamir, who was left out of the Pakistan team for the New Zealand tour, reiterated that an unnecessary controversy was created over his decision to retire from Test cricket last year.
He said, ‘Mickey Arthur was our head coach and anyone can ask him. I have been telling him since 2017 that if my workload is not managed, I will have to quit Test cricket.