PCB did not discuss harbor master’s issue with me, says Azhar Ali amid speculation about Babar Azam taking over harbor master’s office Test


Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali on Thursday dismissed reports that he could lose his post as rumors, saying the CPC had not yet spoken to him about the matter.

It is speculated that Babar Azam could replace Azhar as the next test captain after Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan said he could not confirm whether Azhar would be captain for the Nova Scotia tour. Zealand.

“The PCB has not told me about this and I am also aware of these rumors through the media, so I am not in a position to say anything about it,” Azhar told the media at the event. ‘a virtual conference in Karachi.

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The 81 Test veteran was named test captain last year in October and in May the PCB confirmed him as captain for the 2020/21 international season for test matches.

Wasim Khan had said that a meeting would be held on November 11 at which a decision would be made on the test harbor office.

“What can I say when no one has told me about this topic yet, I just think it’s just rumors and nothing else.

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“It doesn’t make sense to think about these things because my focus is on top class matches and international cricket. Look when someone officially talks about it, then I’ll be able to say something, ”Azhar said.

The 35-year-old insisted the captain’s job was not a burden on him, saying that even last year when Pakistan was not doing well in Australia, such speculation about the future of his post as captain were under discussion.

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Meany believes Azhar could face the ax as a captain as punishment for his meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding changes in the internal structure of Pakistan. The meeting apparently did not please the CCP who said the players were under contract and should not be speaking on board policy issues.

Azhar had struggled for races on the recent England tour, but he regained form in the final test with a chic century in the opening heats that saved the rainy game for Pakistan.