Mohammed Amir, who announced his retirement from international cricket in 2020, may return to the Pakistan squad following his disagreements with head coaches Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan. Wasim Khan, CEO of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has suggested this. Wasim said efforts were on to achieve coordination between Amir and the coaches. He said Aamir was still a major player in the Pakistan cricket team.
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Wasim Khan has revealed that Aamir had met him in the UK and the player had voiced his grievances against the management of the team. On YouTube’s ‘Cricket Baz’ channel, I made it clear to him that the path he took as a senior was not correct. I think Amir is still a key player for us and we will try to reconcile him and the coaches. However, he did not specify the time when Amir will return to Pakistan.
Speaking in a recent interview, former fast bowler Wasim Akram said Amir should be included in Pakistan’s squad for the T20 World Cup. He said, ‘I am quite surprised because he is an experienced bowler and one of the best bowlers in T20 cricket world. Personally, I think they should be in Pakistan’s T20 World Cup squad. You need experienced bowlers at the World Cup who can guide and guide young bowlers.