“Current players should not be going up on social media to criticise other players or talk about what policies the cricket board should or shouldn’t have,” Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan was quoted as saying by ‘ESPNCricinfo’.
“They can have their opinions about various things about world cricket and cricket in general but not about the rights and wrongs of players and the boards and they should leave that to cricket board to answer.”
Sharjeel was slapped with a five-year ban for his position within the 2017 Pakistan Super League corruption scandal however the Board suspended his sentence following an “unconditional apology” in August 2019, clearing his return.
Sharjeel quickly turned up for Karachi Kings at this yr’s PSL.
Hafeez, who had additionally resisted the comeback of Mohammad Amir to the Pakistan camp some years again, wrote on his twitter web page: “Shouldn’t we set standards of dignity and pride higher than any other ‘Extra Talent’ to represent Pakistan. Just Asking.”
Wasim stated Hafeez needs to be specializing in his personal recreation as a substitute of speaking about “right and wrong” of different gamers.
“I can be personally chatting with Mohammad Hafeez about that and I do not suppose it is his place to be doing it. No different participant on this planet does that so why ought to our Pakistani gamers do this?
“I do not suppose they’ve any area to do this and I do not suppose they need to be doing that. That’s my private view,” he stated.
“My view is, he ought to deal with his personal recreation, deal with the cricketing opinion he can provide however do not give private opinion about different gamers.”
On Friday, the PCB had issued a present trigger discover to a different Test batsman Umar Akmal for breaching the anti-corruption code by not reporting approaches to spot-fix.