Razzaq disappointed on being dropped by PCB

Abdul Razzaq says he is disappointed that the board dropped him from West Indies tour.

Express April 06, 2011

LAHORE: Pakistan's all-rounder cricketer Abdul Razzaq said Wednesday that he was disappointed that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) dropped him from the West Indies tour.

Speaking to the media, he said he was not able to perform well in the World Cup because of being on the eighth place in the batting line-up.

He said he will try his best to ensure his return in the team.

Meanwhile, talking to Express News, Umer Gul said he has been playing cricket for a long time and wants to spend some time with his family now.

He said he was dropped out from the team on his request to the board and confirmed that he will play a series against Ireland.


javied | 10 years ago | Reply i think pcb make a planning for comming world cup and they select the young and telanted players and then cooching well these players and i m shoure they r grooming well for comming world cup its good decesion and Abdul Razzak is very good cricketor and his time gone and he should take retirement better for him.
CB Guy | 10 years ago | Reply I think he should retire as he is not performing and its been several years since he was consistent plus his fielding is a massive let down. Better retire on his own terms rather then being shown the door.
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