Former Pakistan cricketer Atiquz Zaman hits out at Aaqib Javed and Brendon McCullum surrounding PSL 3

Atiquz Zaman, the previous Pakistan cricketer, has heaved serious claims at Aaqib Javed, resigned Pakistan pacer

and Brendon McCullum. The allegations were with respect to the third version of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Indeed, even as Javed was the lead trainer of the Lahore Qalandars, McCullum, a previous New Zealand cricketer,

was the captain of the establishment.


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The Qalandars likewise had Inzamam-ul-Haq as the batting expert, Kabir Khan as the bowling trainer and Kyle Mills as

the specialized and strategic guide of the group. While opining on Javed, Zaman lashed out, saying he didn’t have a lot of

hint about returning to the planning phases after a series of annihilations. He additionally expressed that there was a ‘club

level arrangement‘, in the Qalandars.


Zaman drops the hammer on Javed and McCullum

“As per me, Aaqib Javed is one of the most exceedingly awful mentors of the century. Regardless of losing three

matches from winning positions, he didn’t do any survey of the exhibition,” Zaman was cited as saying while at the

same time talking on a video in YouTube.


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“He used to make no arrangements concerning who might be the openers or which bowler will open the bowling. There

was a club level arrangement in Qalandars. He used to send players relying upon his state of mind. He never used to go

inside the field during key break and constantly used to send different individuals from the training staff,” Zaman


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Discussing McCullum, Zaman said that the chief scarcely went in group gatherings. Or maybe, the previous Kiwi utilized

Mills as an ‘envoy’. “McCullum never used to go to group gatherings. Kyle Mills used to go about as his delivery person

and convey the message to him after the gathering.



I said in the gathering that I don’t see how McCullum endeavored a solitary when seven runs were required in the last

over with just two wickets left. I gave my genuine feeling and later I was confined to my inn,” he included.


The Lahore Qalandars had a fairly intense time in 2018. They began the competition with six misfortunes in succession that shut their expectations of meeting all requirements for the following round. At last, McCullum’s men completed as

the basement occupants, having won three out of their 10 matches.

Updated: January 23, 2020 — 2:56 pm

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