Now Mohammad Hafeez may be removed from Pakistan team? Working without salary for 1 month, stuck on contract

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Now Mohammad Hafeez may be removed from Pakistan team?  Working without salary for 1 month, stuck on contract

New Delhi. The turmoil in Pakistan cricket does not seem to be ending. Even after the arrival of the new PCB chairman, it does not seem that the phase of change in Pakistan cricket will stop yet. Now the news is coming that team director Mohammad Hafeez may be on leave. He may have to leave his post as the PCB is in no mood to give him a long contract at the moment.

Former Test captain Hafeez recently held discussions with PCB acting chairman Shah Khawar and COO Salman Naseer in Lahore regarding the recent tours of Australia and New Zealand and his contract.

Hafeez got a 1 month contract
Former PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf had initially given Mohammad Hafeez a one-month contract as Pakistan team director, which was promised to be extended for 3 years. However, when Ashraf sent a proposal to extend Hafeez’s contract during the New Zealand tour for the ministry’s approval, he was instructed to put the contract on hold.

Hafeez’s contract will not be extended
Sources said that after the return of Mohammad Hafeez and his subsequent meeting with PCB’s interim chairman Khawar, he has been informed that the proposal to extend his contract is being reviewed by the ministry. Hafeez has also been told that the ministry is not happy with his performance on the Australia and New Zealand tour.

PCB’s new chairman will take decision on contract
Not only this, Pakistan team director Hafeez has also been informed that the final decision on his contract will be taken by the incoming PCB chairman and at present, no assurance can be given to him regarding this. Interestingly, Hafeez continued to work without salary even after his one-month contract on the Australia tour ended on December 15.

According to the source, Mohammad Hafeez has also reminded PCB COO Naseer that his dues for the Australia-New Zealand tour should be paid, no matter what decision the ministry or the incoming PCB chairman takes regarding his contract.

Let us tell you that Pakistan team had recently lost all three Tests on Australia tour and also lost the 5 T20 series against New Zealand.

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