Mohammad Amir responds to reports of taking his retirement back

The left-arm pacer, who played an important part in Pakistan's T20 2009 and Champions Trophy 2017 triumphs, retired from international cricket in 2020.

Mohammad Amir

Former international pacer Mohammad Amir has responded to the reports of taking his retirement back. Earlier, it was reported that the left-arm fast bowler is mulling over an international comeback if Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja resigns.

There have been reports that the chairman of PCB might resign due to the change in the federal government. Ramiz Raja was appointed by former PM Imran Khan who was ousted through a vote of no confidence.

Raja has maintained a strict policy against letting players, who have been part of match-fixing controversies, be part of the national cricket team. It was widely reported that Mohammad Amir might reconsider his decision about his international career if Ramiz Raja goes home.

However, the fast bowler has denied these reports. He said that he doesn’t have any plans of taking his retirement back. “No plans, for now, to return to international cricket,” Amir was quoted saying by a local media outlet.

The left-arm pacer, who played an important part in Pakistan’s T20 2009 and Champions Trophy 2017 triumphs, retired from international cricket in 2020.

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  • Who gives a F**k about him. He is done with national team. There are better and more patriotic players available.

  • once a traitor always a traitor. is ko khabhi bhi dosra chance nahi daina chaiye tha. it wasn’t a case of stealing a toffee. it was a case of putting a sale price for his motherland.


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