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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir believes that this “yes boss business” has to stop.
Amir noted that the current team management is “trying to put a stranglehold on players”.
While he took aim at the team management, the 28-year-old made it clear that he has no issues with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani and chief executive Wasim Khan.
“I have no quarrel with Ehsan Mani or Wasim Khan, but I am against the current team management trying to put a stranglehold on players,” he said on his YouTube channel as quoted by PakPassion.
“This yes boss business where you do as you are told must come to an end.”
Amir’s comments come after he announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday.
He represented Pakistan in 36 Tests and took 119 wickets at an average of 30.47.
He also featured in 61 ODIs and claimed 81 wickets at an average of 29.62.
As for his T20 International career, Amir picked up 59 wickets at an average of 21.40.