Imran Farhat hopes to reclaim Pak teamJune 14th, 2009 - 4:11 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, June 14 (ANI): In the hope of finding a place in the Pakistan cricket team, former opener Imran Farhat has decided to quit the Indian Cricket League (ICL).
According to the Dawn, Farhat is consulting his lawyer to help him quit the ICL without facing legal implications.
Farhat along with other 21 Pakistan cricketers had joined the ICL in 2007
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has allowed various ICL players opting out of the league to play for the team, including Mohammad Yousuf, Abdul Razzaq and Rana Navid-ul-Hasan.
Now, Farhat is expecting to make a comeback on the basis of his domestic performance.
According to sources, Farhat could reclaim his place as an opener in the national team, whose opening department is looking weak in the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup.
The paper quoted Farhat, as saying that he was considering different options and he would soon make an announcement. (ANI)
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