Inzamam-ul-Haq says Mohammad Amir controversy will have negative impact on Pakistan cricket team

After the retirement of Mohammad Amir, Pakistan’s chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has made a big statement about the season. Inzamam said the allegations leveled by Mohammad Aamir would have a very bad effect on the team. Aamir had accused the Pakistan Cricket Board of discrimination after retiring from international cricket and said he had to make the decision because of the PCB’s misconduct.

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Speaking to the media on questions arising on the Pakistan Cricket Board after the retirement of Mohammad Aamir, Inzamam-ul-Haq said, But what bothers me the most is the negative impact that this incident will have on our cricket and our image. ” Inzamam Mohammad was unhappy with Aamir’s decision to retire and said, If he was unhappy with the people, he should have talked to the team’s head coach, Aamir should have discussed the decision with Misbah-ul-Haq or, if necessary, Pakistan Cricket Board officials.

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Inzamam admitted that Aamir’s relationship with Waqar Younis was not good and should be rectified. The former Pakistan batsman said that he had some problems with Waqar Younis and should take this path if his grievances were not heard.

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