PCB denies NOC to Muhammad Amir for T10 league
The Pakistan Cricket Board has denied former pacer Mohammad Amir a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to participate in the T10 League.
The 30-year-old is a member of the Bangla Tigers and has been training with them in Abu Dhabi; however, he has not been granted NOC, which is required for any player competing in a foreign league.
Muhammad Amir is taken aback by the PCB’s decision while speaking with Cricket Pakistan. “Other Pakistani players in the league have received NOC. I’m surprised that I’m being treated this way “He continued.
As per geosports, NOCs have been issued to all other Pakistani cricketers, including Iftikhar Ahmed.
It should be noted that Amir never misses an opportunity to criticize PCB and the Pakistan team. He chastised them for their recent T20 World Cup losses to India and Zimbabwe.
The sixth edition of the tournament will be held from November 23 to December 4 at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium.
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