Kamran Akmal says received positive signals from PCB admn
Test cricketer Kamran Akmal Wednesday said previous selection committee of the PCB formed teams on the basis of likes and dislikes but he said he had detailed discussions with the current cricket administration and has received a very positive response from them, 24NewsHD TV channel reported.
He hoped that after the England tour he will be selected in the team. He said it was Chairman PCB’s task to probe why cricket quality has been decreasing in the country. He said the coaching staff of England tour is outstanding and players would have one month before the actual series and have enough time to practice in ground.
He has once again said that despite his performance, whenever he was not selected in the Pakistan team he got disappointed, but he still keeps himself active and with a renewed determination ready to perform well again.
The 38-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman started his international career in 2002. He has represented Pakistan in 53 Tests, 157 ODIs and 58 Twenty20 Internationals.
Kamran Akmal said despite the performance when there is no selection, there is definitely a disappointment. “Despite the performance, I am not getting the opportunity. The way I have been treated for some years was not hidden from anyone. I try to keep myself active, my job is to play, play well and maintain my performance on any level at any level,” he said.