Derbyshire’s statement on the Muhammad Amir return to international cricket


National cricketer fast bowler Muhammad Amir has withdrawn his retirement from international cricket and now he will participate in a fitness camp organized by the Pakistan Army, so he will not be able to play Derbyshire club matches for now.

Derbyshire have confirmed the unavailability of Mohammad Amir and said that Mohammad Amir has signed a deal with Derbyshire club for county cricket but will not be available for the opening matches of the county cricket season.

Derbyshire say Mohammad Amir is likely to be included in the squad for the series against New Zealand after his return to international cricket, so the club is looking for an overseas player in his absence.

On the other hand, Head of Cricket Derbyshire Mickey Arthur says that it is disappointing just before the start of the season but we appreciate Mohammad Amir’s decision.

Mickey Arthur added that the Derbyshire club is keen on Amir’s return after the T20 World Cup.

In this regard, fast bowler Mohammad Amir also thanked Derbyshire and Mickey Arthur and said that I thank Mickey R. Tharr and Derbyshire for understanding.

It should be noted that the fast bowler, who was part of the T20 World Cup and Champions Trophy winning team, said that life sometimes gives an opportunity to reconsider one’s decisions.

Mohammad Amir said that I have had positive discussions with PCB, PCB has respected me and I have told the cricket board that I can still play for Pakistan.

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