Micky Arthur Responds To Muhammad Hafeez’s Favoritism Allegations
Former head coach of the Pakistan cricket team, Micky Arthur, has responded to all-rounder,Muhammad Hafeez’s allegations of selecting players based on personal likes and dislikes.
Addressing the allegation Micky Arthur said that he selected players based on their match-winning abilities.
“All I will say is that I liked players who could win games for Pakistan and were professional in all they did,” Arthur said.
He added that he disapproved of players who felt Pakistan Cricket owed them something.
“I disliked players that sat in their comfort zones and felt Pakistan cricket owed them something.”
Earlier, the all-rounder had accused Micky Arthur of favoritism during his time as the head coach of Pakistan cricket team. Furthermore, Muhammad Hafeez had also termed the veteran cricket coach as the most powerful coach In Pakistan’s cricket history.
Not just Hafeez but last year wicket-keeper batsman, Kamran Akmal, had also accused Arthur of overlooking top performers of domestic cricket and promoting favoritism.
Micky Arthur remained the head coach of the Pakistan cricket team from 2016 to 2019. The men in green clinched the ICC champions trophy under Arthur in 2017.
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