Saeed Ajmal, former Pakistan cricketer believes left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir doesn’t have the precise to demand the axing of Pakistan’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis.
Whereas talking to Cricket Pakistan in an unique interview, the spinner suggested Mohammad Amir to enhance his efficiency earlier than making the aforementioned calls for.
Saeed Ajmal: Mohammad Amir Might Have Been Dealt Unfairly However It’s Not Proper For A Participant To Ask For The Elimination Of A Coach
Thought to be among the best spinners on the earth of his period, Saeed Ajmal was rated one of the best ODI and T20I bowler on the earth and second in Checks at numerous occasions between 2011 and 2014. In 2011 he was the main wicket-taker in Checks, with 50 in eight matches. However one of the best collection of his younger profession got here early in 2012, when he destroyed the batting line-up of one of the best staff on the earth, England, taking 24 wickets in simply three video games at 14.70.
“From what he’s saying, it seems like he was dealt unfairly. However I don’t know what occurred between him and staff administration behind the scenes. He’s saying that he’ll solely play for Pakistan after Misbah and Waqar go away their put up as head coach and bowling coach,” mentioned Saeed Ajmal.
“It isn’t proper for a participant to ask for the elimination of a coach. Amir ought to deal with his efficiency and cement his place earlier than making such calls for,” he added.
Whereas bidding adieu to the sport, the 29-year-old didn’t cover his displeasure in opposition to head-coach Misbah-ul-Haq and made some severe revelations in regards to the choice standards of cricketers. Former cricketer Mohammad Amir once more raised his voice in opposition to the best way gamers are being dealt with within the Pakistan cricket staff.
The previous left-arm quick bowler said that the administration closely depends upon the statistics slightly than the match-winning high quality of its gamers.
Saeed Ajmal: Mohammad Amir Ought to Stick To His Resolution To Retire
Saeed Ajmal additionally mentioned that the left-arm pacer mustn’t change his thoughts and stick along with his choice to retire from worldwide cricket.
“Amir had given his retirement out of desperation however now he’s considering of coming again. If he has made his choice to retire, then he ought to persist with it,” he mentioned.
Mohammad Amir represented Pakistan in 36 Checks and took 119 wickets at a median of 30.47. He additionally featured in 61 ODIs and claimed 81 wickets at a median of 29.62. On 26 July 2019, Mohammad Amir introduced his retirement from Check cricket to be able to deal with limited-overs cricket. On 17 December 2020, he introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket.