Former cricketer Ramiz Raja has clashed with Pakistan Cricket Board. Ramiz has raised questions about the team selected by the PCB for England and the West Indies. He said the selection of the Pakistan team was beyond his understanding. Ramiz said the selectors have many players who are not selected in the team but are not allowed to play a single match. The PCB on Friday announced all three format teams for the tour of England and the West Indies, including Azam Khan, son of former cricketer Moin Khan, in the T20 squad.
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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Ramiz Raja said, “I still don’t understand the selection and selection of Pakistani cricketers. And the reason is that you don’t announce a team and add many players to it, which is appreciated as your focus is on the future. And you don’t feed them after that. It is like taking a decorated bridegroom and bringing him back without marrying him. After that you will suddenly see players left behind. He not only returns to the team but also plays matches. Those players are preferred over unselected players.
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Regarding Tabish Khan, who made his Test debut at age 36, Ramiz Raja said, “After that, according to the slotting, you place a player like Salman Ali on the Test team and the next time you play him, it’s a one-day squad.” You have no idea of the player’s ability. You make a 36-year-old or a 38-year-old (Tabish Khan) debut against a team like Zimbabwe, but you don’t let a 22-year-old. I mean, it’s not happening anywhere in the world. And after that you free them too. It was like a profit match because you didn’t give him a test cap, keeping track of his future. What kind of thinking and logic is this? ‘