The chief of Pakistan cricket board, Shaharyar Khan has sent a stern warning to the discarded opener Ahmed Shehzad and wicket-keeper batsman Umar Akmal to improve and rectify their behaviour if they wish to be part of the Pakistan cricket team in the nearby future.
“Yes, they are not included in the probable because of lack of discipline and if they want their places back in the team they have to improve their discipline,” Khan said.
Both the players are also not a part of ongoing preparatory camp due to their disciplinary issues and will also not be included in limited overs squad to be picked up next week. This is a final warning to both the players it seems and also now may see both of them making a change in their behaviour. It is to be noted that the chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq was also against the selection of these two players due to both of them being indisciplined.
Along with this Khan also revealed that PCB is making best efforts to host international teams as he said
“We are making our efforts and Pakistan Army has done a great job by clearing the troubled areas but the problem is that these terrorists have entered big cities and can have soft targets like cricket, so we are waiting for the day when all these people are cleared
“Ireland want to come to Pakistan so as soon as we have these terrorists cleared we can revive our home cricket and the day is not far.” Concluded Khan.