Trainers’ bias behavior upsets Pakistani cricketers
Lahore: Cricketers complain of trainer’s bias behavior during the fitness test. They said leniency was given to few players including Azhar Ali, Wahab Riaz and Sarfraz Ahmed while others were undergoing tough training. Captain Misbah Ul Haq also reported the same on his return from Umrah. The psychiatrist in his lecture gave lesson to players on ‘how to handle pressure.’
According to details the fitness test for players included in the central contract by the PCB that began on Sunday at the National Cricket Academy and will continue till 12th of May. A day earlier Ahmad Shehzad, Saeed Ajmal, Umar Akmal, Wahab Riaz and other players completed their five test sessions, on Monday other players would complete their fitness check.
As a next step, a report will be compiled by Grant Luden, focusing mainly on junior players. As per details, players undergoing training sessions at the NCA were unhappy with the behavior of the fitness test team and trainer Grant Luden.
While complaining against the staff they said that leniency was adopted with Pakistan ODI captain Azhar Ali, fast bowler Wahab Riaz, T20 captain Sarfraz Ahmed and some other players. Psychiatrist, Asad Rizvi delivered lecture on ‘controlling nerves under pressure’ and said giving performance under difficult situation leads to success. During the lecture, players asked questions and it was an interactive session.