Islamabad: Senator Faisal Javed Khan urged Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to not waste talented Mohammad Amir who took an indefinite break from international cricket due to a poor relationship with current management.
Joining immense reaction to Amir’s retirement decision on Twitter, Khan wrote Amir is a great talent and PCB should involve senior players and team management to solve this matter.
“Team management may look into Amir’s concerns & involve senior players to handle the matter. 28-years-old Amir is a huge talent & we shouldn’t waste him,” he wrote.
Team management may look into Amir's concerns & involve sr. players to handle the matter.28yrs old Amir is a huge talent & we shouldn't waste him.And for Aamir, he may reconsider his test ckt as his age&form still suit him this v format. No emotional decision pl #ٹیلنٹ_کی_قدرکریں
— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) December 17, 2020
“And for Aamir, he may reconsider his Test cricket decision as his age & form still suit him this format. No emotional decision please,” he advised.
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