Younas Khan Rejected the Central Contract With PCB

Written by Noor
(Last Updated On: 22/06/2014)

Its always been a problem with Pakistan Cricket Board that it didn’t give respect to our hero cricketers that they deserve. We have a long list of cricketers who have not been given the respect or farewell which they deserved. Most of our Legends retire after World Cups and their careers ends without any farewell. If players doesn’t retire in such scenario then board comes to play and make such grounds which forces a player to announce retirement. Well we know Younas Khan very well he is sort of personality who can’t be made fool.

Younas Khan is a A grade player and have a great average both test and one day matches he has mesmerized us many times with his outstanding batting in test matches his patience and smiling attitude has made him very famous. He is backbone of Pakistan batting line up in test matches. Younas Khan has rejected the central contract with PCB this year and said that he is ready to serve his country for free and doesn’t need any contract for playing.

Very bold of Younas Khan, well its not the first time that Younas Khan has taken a bold step few years back Younas Khan rejected the offer of captaincy by saying that i don’t want to be a dummy captain. Younas Khan was the one who brought  World Cup to Pakistan. This time the reason for rejecting the offer of central contract with PCB is that he has been offered contract of category B which is not digestible for many cricket lover and for the one who knows the importance of this brilliant talent.

This player deserve to be in category A. Pakistan Cricket Board should really consider the achievements of the cricketer. Senior cricketers should be given the respect which they deserve. We salute Younas Khan for offering his services free of cost.

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Noor Mani is senior tech correspondent and renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry scope. She is now a Managing Editor at Web.PK.
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