Ahmed Shahzad writes to PCB, promises to become a “good boy”
With the promise of becoming a “good boy”, Pakistan’s opening batsman Ahmed Shahzad has requested Pakistan Cricket Board to pardon him and give him a chance to prove himself.
According to sources, Ahmed – after being left out of the list of 35 players for England tour – wrote an e-mail to PCB, requesting the board for a chance.
“After knowing that he was dropped from the team on disciplinary ground, Ahmed wrote an e-mail to PCB in an apologetic manner,” said a source.
In his mail to the board – sources say – Ahmed has promised that he will not violate any disciplinary code in future and also offered unconditional apology for his “mistakes” in past.
Ahmed has also requested the PCB to include him for the camp in Kakul, ahead of team’s tour to England.
Sources believe that there are strong possibilities that Ahmed would be given a “last chance” by PCB following his apologetic e-mail to the board.