Saeed Aajmal’s Career on Risk, PCB Chairman Shehryar Khan

Saeed Aajmal's Career on Risk, PCB Chairman Shehryar Khan | PakistanTribe.com

Saeed Aajmal's Career on Risk, PCB Chairman Shehryar Khan | PakistanTribe.com

KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Shehryar Khan said that PCB would try to get his action reassessed before the 7th January which is the deadline to submit 15 names for the World Cup.

 Shehryar Khan has revealed that Saeed Ajmal has been unable to bring his action under the 15 degree restriction.

Talking to media at Karachi, the PCB chairman said that now it was up to Saeed Ajmal to inform PCB when he wants to be reassessed because if he does not get it right this time it will jeopardize his carrier.

He also said that Saeed Ajmal has worked very hard and he had other tricks up his sleeve than just the Doosra and the PCB would try to get his action reassessed before the 7th January which is the deadline to submit 15 names for the World Cup.

On a question about Moin Khan, the chairman said that this issue would be dealt with in the next couple of days as Moin has been asked to choose any one of the posts.

He also informed that he would make changes in the Pentangular Cup dates.

Earlier, Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that Pakistan off-spinners Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez will leave for India within a couple of days to be tested for their illegal bowling action.

PCB has planned to send both players to the ICC-accredited biomechanics laboratory in Chennai.

“Both the bowlers are very important for us and we are hoping that they make return tobowling soon. If the results of the bowlers are favorable, we will then approach ICC for anofficial bowling test of the two bowlers,” Shaharyar said.

Spin maestro Saeed Ajmal was banned in September earlier this year while Hafeez faced ICC suspension after his bowling action was revealed to be illegal during the first test against New Zealand.


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