The source revealed that the PCB official with whom Younis spoke clearly told him that he would not join the team of late in view of the MoU with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) regarding segregation rules. And in doing so, he will be out of the series in England.
Karachi. pakistan cricket board After the alleged misbehavior by a (PCB) officer Younis Khan He stepped down as the batting coach of the national cricket team before the tour of England. A reliable source told PTI that Younis wanted to join the team’s biologically safe environment after a few days but the former captain stepped down as the batting coach after a conversation with a board official. The source said, “The real and factual reason is that Younis had requested the PCB to allow him to join a mandatory biologically safe environment a few days later before the tour of England as he suffered a dental complex in Karachi.” The source said, “Younis had come to Lahore for three days to attend an adaptation camp at the High Performance Center before the tour of England.
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But it was announced that all players and officials would have to undergo self-isolation from July 20 before leaving for England. Younis urged that the PCB allow him to return to Karachi for dental treatment and join the team late. The source revealed that the PCB official with whom Younis spoke categorically told him that in view of the MoU with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on segregation rules, he would be leaving the team late. cannot join and in doing so they will be ruled out of the series in England.
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He said, “During this conversation, the atmosphere got heated when the official told Younis that then he should only go to the West Indies as his request, which came so late, cannot be accepted.” Later Younis also lost his cool and told the PCB official that it would be better not to go for both England and West Indies tours. Later, PCB chairman Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan also tried to resolve the matter by talking to Younis but the former captain said that he did not want to continue as batting coach, the source said.
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