Hafeez yet to take bowling action test

Pakistani all-round cricketer Mohammad Hafeez throws a ball during a net practice session at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai on December 7, 2014. All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was suspended for an illegal bowling action the International Cricket Council said December 7, becoming the second Pakistan player after Saeed Ajmal to be punished for the same offence in the past three months. The 34-year-old -- who has been cleared twice before over the same claims -- had his action reported during the first Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi last month. AFP PHOTO / AAMIR QURESHI (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images)
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KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan has expressed his concerned regarding Mohammad Hafeez that he did not take the bowling test despite of the fact that the team needs him as the allrounder.

However, the team management does not seem much keen to get the 35-year old back as an allrounder as he carried drinks in the fourth test at The Oval, instead of working on his action.

Carl Crowe was hired just for two days to do remedial work with Mohammad Hafeez, he was expected to take the test before the ODI series against England, however, the management probably believed that it was more important for him to carry drinks in a test match.

Hafeez felt needs time to fix his action and just two days with Crowe will not help his cause, so he asked the management that he will appear for the test when he will be ready.