No conflict with PCB over bowling action reassessment, clarifies Ajmal

LAHORE: Pakistan’s spin maestro Saeed Ajmal on Friday denied reports being transmitted on different media channels that he was forced by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to withdraw from participating in World Cup, ARY News reported.

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Saaed Ajmal posted a message on his official Twitter account stating PCB has always supported him and their every decision will be in the best interest of Pakistan cricket.

Ajmal clarified that there isn’t any conflict between him and board.

The 37-year-old was suspended from all international cricket after his bowling action was found illegal in a bio-mechanical test in September.

Earlier this month, PCB requested the International Cricket Council (ICC) to have Ajmal’s action reassessed but had to delay that after his unofficial tests revealed he still needed remodeling.

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