LAHORE – The troubles for Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir seems not to be over even after getting relaxation in rules by International Cricket Council (ICC) as per Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s chairman Sheharyar Khan.
Khan revealed that though board was hoping Amir’s return in cricket grounds after getting relaxation from ICC but other Pakistani cricket players were feeling reluctant with his presence.
“Other players are feeling reluctant to play with Mohammad Amir,” he revealed in a recent interview.
However, he also maintains “I am not concern with the opinions of other players. I will do what needs to be done.”
Mohammad Amir was facilitated by an amendment by global cricket governing body earlier this month. According to that amendment the domestic cricket boards will be responsible to allow banned players to play cricket at home grounds. However, the offer is only for those players who have previously accepted their involvement in spot fixing and served the maximum of their ban.
The relaxation, however, never came easier for Mohammad Amir. The former national coach and cricketer Mohsin Hasan Khan had bashed Mohammad Amir for maligning Pakistan by his criminal act. Now it was revealed from PCB’s top guy statement that other cricket players were not comfortable with Amir’s return as well.