Pakistani Cricketer Mohammad Amir Reveals Reason for International Retirement Announcement at 28, Holds Current PCB Management Accountable for Decision | After the retreat, Mohammad Amir also targeted the PCB on Latad, Misbah Ul Haq and Waqar Younis

Karachi: Fast bowler Mohammad Amir blamed team management for his decision to retire from international cricket at the age of 28 and coach Misbah Ul Haq and fast bowling coach for tarnishing his image. Waqar Younis criticized.

On his YouTube channel, the bowler made it clear that his problem was with Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis. Aamir said: ‘These people were slowly trying to poison the minds of people that I don’t want to play test cricket and just want to play in the T20 league to make money.

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Mohammad Amir said: “He gave the impression that I let the team down despite all expectations. They tried to tarnish my image. You have to work really hard to create your image.

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Aamir said: “ It was a very difficult decision for me but I felt the time had come to not shut up. I made this decision to raise this issue and to educate people about the truth.

He said: “After retiring from the cricket test he remained available for limited matches but when the current team management took over he was ignored despite the good performance.”

Aamir said: “Of course I was injured when he didn’t select me among the 35 players for the New Zealand tour. If I just focused on playing in the league, I wouldn’t mind being kicked out of the New Zealand tour and wouldn’t even react.
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