Disciplinary case against the Rawalpindi Express is all set to keep Shoaib Akhtar out of the Pakistan Bangladesh series, and Shoaib Akhtar is not very much impressed by it, though he is still adamant that he hasn’t done anything wrong, and he has every right to freedom of speech.
Shoaib Akhtar is facing a disciplinary inquiry when he spoke out in public against Pakistan Cricket Board and he has also allegedly breached code of conduct set by PCB. The PCB Governing Board’s sub disciplinary committee, headed by Munir Hafeez has told the chief selector Salahuddin that it would be better to not to select Shoaib for the upcoming series.
Shoaib Akhtar is pining to play against Bangladesh and he has said that he could play for more four or so years, and he really want to play now. “I want to double my wicket tally to over 400 in both Tests and the one-dayers and am keen to serve my country at all times,” Shoaib has said to the media.
Shoaib should be given another chance and he should be let loose to pray at Bengali tigers for the delight of the fans.More on:Bangladesh, Munir Hafeez, Pakistan, PCB, Rawalpindi Express, Shoaib Akhtar
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