PCB gives special access of NHPC to Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir, the former Pakistani cricketer, has had a tumultuous career, but the controversies almost destroyed his career. At the age of 18, he made his debut for the Pakistani national team and quickly became one of the country's top fast bowlers. However, his career was marred by controversy in 2011 when he was banned from cricket for five years for his involvement in a spot-fixing scandal. Despite the ban, Amir returned to international cricket in 2016 and has since become an integral part of the Pakistani team.

In recent news, it was announced that Amir has been granted special permission from Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi to practice at the National High-Performance Center in Lahore in preparation for the Bangladesh Premier League. This is a significant development, as Amir has not played for the national team in over a year and has been focused on T20 leagues all over the world.

The permission granted to Amir is a sign that the PCB is taking his potential return to international cricket seriously. It shows that the board, under Najam Sethi and new Management Committee, is willing to provide Amir with the resources and support he needs to get back into top form and potentially earn a spot on the national team. This is a positive development for Amir, who has always been a talented and highly skilled cricketer.

Overall, the news of Amir's special permission from the PCB is a promising development for fans of Pakistani cricket. It suggests that the board is open to the possibility of Amir making a comeback to the national team and is willing to provide him with the support he needs to succeed. It will be interesting to see how Amir performs in the Bangladesh Premier League and whether he is able to earn a place back in the national team.

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