Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan has tried to diffuse the crisis by talking to senior players Mohammad Hafeez and Azhar Ali over their refusal to attend the national camp in Lahore with tainted left arm pacer Mohammad Amir.
Mohd Amir. Pic/AFP
“I have already had discussions with some players on Amir’s issues and we have tried to address concerns. I will again talk to Hafeez and Azhar and sort out this matter,” Shaharyar said.
ODI captain Azhar Ali told Geo News channel that they don’t want to take part in a camp which includes Amir. “But we are willing to discuss the matter with PCB chief,” he said.
Mohd Hafeez and Azhar Ali
“They are centrally contracted players and we can than see if we should take disciplinary action against them. But we would like this to be resolved amicably,” Shaharyar said.
Lahore: Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan said that opener Mohammad Hafeez and ODI captain Azhar Ali may face disciplinary action after the duo boycotted a fitness training camp which also included spot-fixing tainted pacer Mohammad Amir. Shaharyar was quoted as saying by BBC: “We have talked earlier regarding this matter and we will talk again, but still if they (Azhar & Hafeez) do not agree then the PCB will think about disciplinary action.” — IANS
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