Misbah-ul-Haq calls for uniform policy to deal with corrupt cricketers
By: PTI | Karachi |

Published: March 31, 2020 7:01:12 pm


Misbah-ul-Haq demanded a transparent policy in dealing with gamers who’re discovered responsible of corruption at any stage. (AP/File Photo) 

Pakistan head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq on Tuesday demanded a transparent policy in dealing with gamers who’re discovered responsible of corruption at any stage.

However, the previous Test captain additionally didn’t agree with the general public feedback made by Mohammad Hafeez, who feels tainted gamers shouldn’t be allowed again into the nationwide workforce.

“It is my personal opinion that as a player you shouldn’t express your opinion. It’s the job of ICC and PCB who have the authority on these matters and they take decisions as per existing law,” he mentioned in a video interplay with the print media.

He suggested Hafeez to keep away from making feedback as a result of as a participant one has to share the dressing room with others.

“It is good that the PCB CEO Wasim Khan has had a long talk with Hafeez on this issue and heard the player’s ideas as well.”

Asked about Hafeez’s suggestion {that a} clause needs to be put into the gamers’ contracts on the difficulty of motion on a participant discovered responsible of corruption, Misbah mentioned that there needs to be a unanimous regulation for all gamers.

“But we have to take into account many things like a player’s education and his understanding of his position and situation and his decision making ability. In most cases we have seen are about players failing to report any approaches to them.”

Misbah mentioned gamers like Umar Akmal tended to take issues flippantly and landed in bother.

Misbah additionally indicated that Hafeez will not be within the workforce’s future plans within the ODI format. “We will have to see whether Hafeez would be playing in the 2023 World Cup because you have to start planning much ahead for a World Cup.”

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