Pakistani cricketer got angry with the coaching staff of the team, refused to play

Ahmed Shahzad last played for Pakistan in the year 2019. Although now he has also refused to play domestic cricket.

Ahmed Shahzad complains to the coaching staff of the team in PCB

Pakistan’s Test cricketer Ahmed Shahzad is in the headlines these days. This star player has refused to play in the domestic trophy Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. He has complained in writing to the Pakistan Cricket Board that the coaching staff of his team Central Punjab is not treating him well. That’s why he Quaid-e-Azam forbidden to play in.

Central Punjab included Ahmed Shahzad in its team for Quaid-e-Azam this year. Shahzad refused to join the team and complained about the attitude of the team’s coaching staff. The coaching staff of Central Punjab also includes former all-rounder Abdul Razzaq and England’s Paul Franks.

Complaint of coaching staff in PCB

If sources are to be believed, the PCB has not yet responded to this letter. Shehzad alleges that the people involved in the coaching staff treat him in a way that is not professional in any way. Shahzad last played against Sri Lanka in the year 2019. He has played 153 matches for Pakistan although he has been out of the team for a long time. He has not announced retirement. Now his domestic career is also in trouble after a rift with the coaching staff.

Expressed displeasure for senior players

Ahmed Shehzad had earlier accused the senior players of not allowing the youngster to progress due to his jealousy. 30-year-old cricketer Ahmed Shehzad expressed his disappointment over not being supported by senior players. He had drawn comparisons with Kohli and said that he could not find a senior like Dhoni. According to Shehzad, I have said this before and will say it again. Virat Kohli’s career progressed. Because he found MS Dhoni. But unfortunately people in Pakistan cannot tolerate your success. Our senior players and former cricketers cannot digest seeing someone succeed. Which is unfortunate for Pakistan cricket.

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