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Unhappy with PCB, Younis asks reasons for ‘disrespect to senior players’

KARACHI: Disgruntled after being axed from upcoming series against Australia, former Pakistan captain Younis Khan said senior players are subjected to mockery in the country, ARY News reported.

“Shall I or other senior players shoot themselves if they are not being selected in the team,” asked unhappy Younis during a media talk at National Stadium Karachi today.

He said he played entire cricket in his career with respect, “hence any such disrespect [expulsion from upcoming series] is not tolerable and makes me laugh at myself.”

I will neither run away from cricket, nor I will seek retirement, added Khan.

Disappointed for failing to catch selector’s eye, he asked “Is it my mistake that I don’t phone up selectors or was that a fault I won Pakistan the World T20?”

Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board has served a show-cause notice on Younis over his scorning statements which he made in contravention of the central contract. He is asked to explain reasons of his comments to the PCB within 15 days.

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