Former captain and ambassador of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Ramiz Raja, is critical of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) sympathy towards tainted fast bowler Mohammad Amir and said that if he had powers to make a call on the matter, he would have never let the young fast bowler play again.
“Pakistan cricket has suffered a lot. I don’t have courage to face any more shocks or jolts again. I have experienced this practically and those who have witnessed such things practically can’t forgive the characters involved in the act,” said Ramiz, in an interview.
“If I had powers to decide on the matter, I would have never let him play again. As I don’t have any powers, I can just critique, or get frustrated, and pray to God to give people some guidance so that they can create pressure and such Johnny’s never come near Pakistan cricket ever again.”
NEO Monitoring Desk