PCB declined to issue NOC to Amir for T10 League

PCB declined to issue NOC to Amir for T10 League

Just In: According to sources, Pakistan Cricket Board has denied issuing NOC to retired pacer Muhammad Amir, who has been practicing with Bangla Tigers and planning to play the upcoming season of the T10 League in Abu Dhabi.

The 30-year-old pacer is awaiting official approval from the Pakistan Cricket Board before participating in the T20 League, but the PCB has so far refused; therefore, Amir’s appearance in the tournament gets suspicious.

It is pertinent to mention that T10 League is about to kick start in Abu Dhabi. According to the tournament’s official prerequisites, participating cricketers must bring NOC from their respective cricket boards; otherwise, they won’t play anymore.

Speaking on the subject, Muhammad Amir expressed surprise at the PCB’s choice not to permit him to play in the tournament. “In the league, other Pakistani cricketers have NOC. How I am being handled astounds me,” he continued.

Muhammad Amir always makes headlines for slamming and criticizing Pakistan Cricket Board for their poor management and team selection. Perhaps, PCB is now availing their chance to revenge back the former pace star.