Shehzad requests the board to include him in the boot camp
Pakistani opening batsman, Ahmad Shehzad whose name was left out from the list of probable players to travel England, has requested the board to include him in the boot camp.
The 24-year old batsman was dropped on disciplinary grounds by the Chief Selector, Inzamam Ul Haq. He has written a letter to the board assuring that he will improve his behavior and will perform for the team.
The former head coach, Waqar Younis and the team manager Intikhab Alam both pointed out at Ahmad Shehzad’s poor behavior in their reports that they submitted after World T20’s embarrassing show.
The decision is to be taken after consulting Inzamam Ul Haq as he earlier said that there will be no compromise on discipline. However, there is probability that he can be included in the camp as the 36th player.
The boot camp for players’ fitness is scheduled to be kicked off from 13th of May in Kakul under the supervision of Pakistan Army.
It is being conducted to improve players’ fitness before the important tour England, where Pakistan will play four test matches, five ODIs and a T20 international.