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Miandad dubs Inzamam’s selection committee as `one-man show`


Karachi: Former Pakistan skipper Javed Miandad has slammed the newly-appointed Inzamam-ul-Haq-led national selection committee by describing it as a ‘one-man show’.

Inzamam was appointed as the Pakistan chief selector in a major overhaul of the team after Haroon Rasheed-led committee was sacked by the country’s cricket board following the team’s dismal World T20 performance in India.

46-year-old Inzamam had shortlisted former cricketers Tauseef Ahmed, Wasim Haider and Wajahatullah Wasti as a part of the new selection panel.

According to Miandad, Inzamam has roped in all the yes men in his committee, the Dawn reports.

The veteran further called on the new selection committee not to destroy careers of Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal, who were dropped from the national squad for the upcoming tour to England on disciplinary grounds. (ANI)

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