New Delhi: Pakistan’s star fast bowler Mohammad Amir has always had a figure of 36 with his country’s cricket board. Aamir had suddenly said goodbye to international cricket and he also made many big allegations against the Pakistan cricket team. But the board is constantly trying to bring Amir back in the team.
PCB is trying
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive Wasim Khan said on Saturday that veteran Mohammad Amir can still play for the national team and efforts are on to reconcile him and the coaches. Khan revealed that Amir had met him in the UK and the player had conveyed his grievances against the team management to him.
Trying to mingle with the coaching staff
He said in the ‘Cricket Baaz’ channel on YouTube, ‘I made it clear to him that the path he had taken as a senior player was not right. I think Amir is still an important player for us and we will try to reconcile him and the coaches. However, he did not specify the time frame for Amir’s return to the Pakistani team.
There were also allegations against Pakistani management
Mohammad Amir recently said goodbye to cricket in December 2020. For this, Amir had made deep allegations against the coaching staff of the Pakistani cricket team. He had alleged that some coaching staff of the team did not want him to play further. Aamir said that the team management did not give him due respect, after which he had to leave cricket under compulsion. Aamir had retired at the age of just 28.