Mohammad Amir who was to be returned to International Cricket, has been called by PCB for fitness training. PCB (Pakistan cricket board) chose cricketers for worldwide training camp and Mohammad Amir is incorporate into 26-man preparing squad, affirmed by Shaharyar Khan, the PCB executive.
Amir finished his five-year ban for spot-settling in September, has been dynamic in residential cricket. Amir took 14 wickets in nine matches for the Vikings and will now sign up with whatever is left of the squad for the national camp, which will keep running from December 21 through to January 7 at the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore.
Mohammad Amir said
“I promise that I will do my best to respect the prestige of the green cap and Pakistan shirt”
“The main objective of the camp is to improve the overall physical fitness of all players and to enhance the technical aspect of each player’s game and to prepare them for the upcoming international events.”
Inviting Amir for the training camp and getting him to mix with the top players in the country is seen as a stepping stone towards his comeback.