PCB dismisses Pacer Mohammad Aamir and Wahab Riaz out of contract

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Pakistan's tainted quick bowlers Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz have misplaced their central contracts. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officers say the selectors wish to promote younger quick bowlers.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) additionally confirmed that Azhar Ali would be the Test captain, whereas Babar Azam would be the ODI and Twenty20 captain for the upcoming season beginning in July.

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In the central contract, 18 gamers are divided into three courses, during which they may get advantages apart from month-to-month wage for 12 months. <! –

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                 17-year-old quick bowler Naseem Shah was inducted into the 'C' class for the primary time.

Another younger quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi managed to achieve the 'A' class. He was concerned in all three codecs for Pakistan within the final 12 months.

Chief selector and head coach Misbah-ul-Haq stated, "The selectors made the difficult decision to exclude Aamir and Wahab who have decided to focus on the white ball." This was the best step. '

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Aamir introduced his retirement from Test cricket on the age of 28 whereas Riaz took an indefinite break from the Test to concentrate on T20 matches.

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