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Mickey Arthur slams U Akmal after participant accuses him of ending his profession


Former Pakistan males’s cricket group coach Mickey Arthur has slammed sidelined cricketer Umar Akmal for his feedback that his profession was sabotaged by the then coach. Umar, who has not performed for Pakistan for a very long time attributable to dangerous type and later for different controversial points, blamed Arthur and different coach Waqar Younis for ending his profession. In an interview to Cricket Pakistan, he claims that Arthur at all times had private points with him and that he was not even backed by the group administration. 

“Mickey Arthur had personal issues with me but the team management at that time did not raise a voice for me and they have been silent till today. However, Mickey Arthur later did admit that he used harsh words on me. I am among those rare cricketers of Pakistan who have been ignored at every turn,” Akmal made huge claims throughout the interview.

Reacting to the claims made by Umar. Taking to Twitter, Arthur wrote a tweet: “Take a look in the mirror Umar!!”.

Umar didn’t simply cease there. He went on to slam former coach Waqar Younis too, saying that he deliberately pushed him down the batting order. Umar had made a grievance with Imran Khan who has requested Waqar for the rationale for his demotion within the batting order however it was to not avail. 

“I asked Imran Khan to recommend team management to send me at number three. Imran Khan himself asked Waqar Younis why I was not a part of the top-order. Waqar Younis was a legendary fast bowler but I could not understand him as a head coach,” stated Umar Akmal.

Umar was dropped from the group attributable to dangerous type and struggled to get again into the group attributable to health considerations. Regardless of being advised to develop into fitter, Umar ignored the calls. He was later banned by Paksitan Cricket Board for 18 months for not breaching PCB’s code of conduct. The ban was later lowered to six months. He and his brother Kamran have been routine offenders in the case of sustaining the essential health requirements.