Published: May 19, 2020 8:26:29 pm
The Pakistan Cricket Board is facing difficulties in sending pacer Hasan Ali abroad for specialist treatment for a again damage because of the coronavirus-linked world journey restrictions.
Dr Sohail Saleem, who heads the medical board of the PCB, stated on Geo News channel that the board had obtained opinions and prognosis from specialists in Australia and South Africa and a call on the place to ship Hasan could be taken as soon as the journey restrictions ease out.
Hasan has not performed for Pakistan since final 12 months’s World Cup in England and solely appeared in some matches of the Pakistan Super League in February-March earlier than breaking down with the again drawback.
He identified that final September additionally Hasan had developed a again drawback and it was apparent he now wanted everlasting treatment for it.
“Rehab and therapy is one option while the other is to have specialised surgery to set this problem right once for all,” Dr Saleem stated.
Cricket actions are additionally suspended in Pakistan since March though the PCB has hinted that it would begin permitting the centrally contracted and another Pakistan probables to start out particular person coaching on the nationwide excessive efficiency centre in Lahore.
A supply stated head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq was understanding a plan and this might embody particular person coaching or permitting teams of three and 4 gamers after taking all the mandatory bio-security measures to make sure they aren’t contaminated by the contagious illness.
Pakistan has in precept agreed to ship its workforce to England in early July to play three Tests and three T20 matches however CEO Wasim Khan has made it clear they won’t power any participant to tour England.
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Wasim stated they won’t solely search authorities clearance but in addition wait and watch how England make bio-secure preparations for the gamers and officers throughout the West Indies sequence.
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