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KARACHI: Ramiz Raja, the head of Pakistan cricket, proposed on Friday that the sudden essence of pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi’s departure from Dubai for England during the Asia Cup may have resulted in “missing clarity” between the player and the nation’s cricket board. It resulted in the most recent fiasco involving both parties. On August 29, a day after Pakistan’s Asia Cup campaign got underway in Dubai. Shaheen was transported to London for “uninterrupted, devoted knee specialist care” for an injury he sustained during the national team’s visit to Sri Lanka in July.

Shaheen ShahAfridi| Source: The Indian Express

Initially, the management of the team had intended to retain him with the group throughout the competition. And the prior One-day International series against the Netherlands. The dispute started on Thursday when Shaheen’s father-in-law, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, claimed the left arm was paying for his accommodation and medical care in London.

Shaheen Afridi told local television that he traveled to England by himself and had even paid for his own airfare. Shaheen is paying for his own travel and lodging in England.

Afridi said that the PCB was offering nothing for Shaheen. And that it was he who booked a doctor for Shaheen in the UK. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said that Shaheen going to Dubai in a haste may have contributed to the misunderstanding surrounding the situation.

In an online conversation with supporters on Friday, Ramiz Raja said, There could be a potential of some missing clarification. Because Shaheen had to leave for Dubai in a hurry, perhaps there was a ticketing issue. The former Pakistan Test captain said He didn’t like the area that was first arranged for him to stay in and he moved somewhere else.

Ramiz Raja lamented the uproar that Afridi’s remarks had generated. He emphasized that it was inconceivable for the PCB to “disown” a player of Shaheen’s status. He cried out, How can one possibly imagine that someone will disown Shaheen Shah Afridi, and that too his parent body?

This is impossible, it defies reason, and the debate it has generated is regrettable.

The 60-year-old made reference to the medical board of the PCB’s response when wicket-keeper/batsman Mohammad Rizwan was admitted to the hospital prior to the T20 World Cup semifinal match against Australia last year.

When Rizwan became unwell during the T20 World Cup, who looked after him? Our medical staff stayed up all night to make sure he was fully fit for the game, according to Ramiz.

The head of the PCB informed the players that they were the most important stakeholders of the organization. Ramiz Raja asserted that the PCB was providing exceptional service to the players.

No cricket board has ever done what we are doing for the players, according to Ramiz. We are the physicians’ panel, therefore there is no way we could have isolated him in this fashion.

Ramiz Raja was reiterating a statement made by the PCB late at night that appeared to be in response to Afridi’s remarks. For all of its players who needed medical attention. The board claimed that it was responsible for arranging medical care and rehabilitation.

In his treatment in London, Shaheen was making “great progress,” according to the PCB. And he was on course to recuperate fully in time for the 2017 T20 World Cup in Australia.

The PCB has always been and will remain accountable for setting up medical care and rehabilitation for all of its players who require treatment, according to the board’s statement.

ESPNCricinfo confirmed Afridi’s assertions that Shaheen was in charge of his own medical care. The article further stated that PCB had guaranteed Shaheen compensation in response to the former all-remarks. rounder’s

Shaheen won’t have played a match in nearly three months when he joins the team. As he won’t be in the Pakistan squad for their tri-series in New Zealand. This also includes Bangladesh, ahead of the World Cup. The authorities at the rehabilitation center in England will allow Shaheen to start bowling at the beginning of next month.

The PCB also stated that Friday will be the day when batter Fakhar Zaman leaves for rehab in London. In the press statement, it was said that Fakhar had landed awkwardly on his right knee while fielding during the T20 Asia Cup final in Dubai.

In accordance with the procedures, the PCB has planned his doctor’s visits with the experts, who will be giving him the finest treatment possible for his recovery.

The PCB will make all necessary logistical preparations for Fakhar throughout his stay in London. And he will continue to be under the guidance of the PCB Advisory Panel, which is led by Drs. Imtiaz Ahmad and Zafar Iqbal are also caring for Shaheen Shah Afridi.

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