Contaminated Cricket Players From Pakistan Should Open Grocery Stores: Ramiz Raja
KARACHI: If the former captain of Pakistan Ramiz Raja In its own way, it will get the country's tainted cricketers to open grocery stores.
Ramiz hit the Pakistan Cricket Board ( printed circuit board ) to reinstate players like Mohammad amir , who served a prison sentence and a long ban on the game for participating in setting points, in the configuration of the national team.
You ask me what these contaminated cricket players should say they should open their grocery stores, he said.
The former first player felt that allowing contaminated players to return to the sport has damaged Pakistan's cricket.
I have no doubt that granting concessions to big names also hurt Pakistan's cricket, he said, referring to Amir.
Ramiz said he was concerned that selectors would not be able to find replacements for contaminated players.
Once again there is talk of rewriting Sharjeel Khan on the team, which is not correct and may harm Pakistan's cricket, he said.
Ramiz felt that Pakistan cricket has already suffered enough due to the board's indecisive policy on players being found guilty of corruption.
Praised the hitter Babar Azam And he said that he is a world-class player, but he needs a favorable environment to express himself.
There is no doubt about Babar Azam 's ability, he is a world-class player, said Ramiz.
When people ask me about comparison between Babar Azam with the likes of Virat Kohli And Steve Smith would say he can do even better than Kohli, but he needs a supportive environment and the freedom to express himself more as a player and as a captain.
He also advised Pakistan's head coach and head coach Misbah-ul-Haq to trust young people in the T20 format.
I have nothing personal against Muhammad Hafeez or Shoaib Malik, who are high-level players and have served the country for a long time. But I think selectors should now think about replacing them with youth and preparing them properly.
Ramiz said that T20 is a youth format and that Pakistani selectors have been insisting on choosing proven seniors in recent memory.