- Mohammad Hafeez clarifies he has no grudges in opposition to pacer Mohammad Amir
- I stand in opposition to those that defame Pakistan, says veteran all-rounder
- Coaches have supported me all through, he says, praising the administration
LAHORE: Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez on Wednesday backed head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling Waqar Younis, as he clarified that he held no grudges in opposition to pacer Mohammad Amir.
Addressing an occasion, the all-rounder maintained that he was solely in opposition to Amir’s motion and never the pacer himself. “I stand against those who defame Pakistan, and they should not be given the chance to represent the country on an international level again.”
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Hafeez, opposite to Amir’s allegations of being discriminated in opposition to, mentioned that he has skilled no points with the present administration. Furthermore, he careworn that Misbah and Waqar fashioned the “best” teaching due he had seen in his whole profession.
“The coaches have supported me throughout and they have a role in my achievements,” Hafeez mentioned, including that he by no means felt like he was ever sidelined.
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On not getting a central contract, he mentioned that the query needs to be put to the committee that selects gamers as he didn’t have a solution to that.