Players were recently recalled from BBL
Sports – Posted: Jan 19, 2022 | Last Updated: 52 mins ago
Posted: Jan 19, 2022 | Last Updated: 52 mins ago
Former Pakistan all-rounder
Mohammad Hafeez believes that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) needs to revisit its
policy regarding foreign leagues.
The 41-year-old made these comments while speaking to
He urged the board not to call back players from the leagues
as they receive huge contracts and calling them back damages their reputation.
“Calling back players from leagues damages their reputation,”
he said while referring to previous incidents where players were called back midway
from leagues. “Recently, Pakistan players were called back from BBL, I want PCB
to revisit this process.”
According to him, when PCB grants a player No Objection
Certificate (NOC) for a tournament, he must play completely as his and country’s
reputation is at stake.
Hafeez recalled that he has been called back from leagues
midway on many occasions in the recent past.
The right-hander will be representing Lahore Qalandars in
the Pakistan Super League season seven. He recently retired from international
The top-order batter represented Pakistan in 55 Tests, 218
ODIs and 119 T20Is while amassing 12,780 runs across formats. He also took 253
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