He's facing a big obstacle to get his place back in the team. As I've mentioned before, I think the Board is vary of selecting him as they don't want him to undermine Malik's leadership (intentionally or not). Personally, Inzi is my favorite Pakistani player atm and I would love to see him play some more. Specially since I think he has a lot left in him. However, I am conflicted about this issue. I want what's best for Pakistan cricket in the long term. I don't want the team's harmony and balance effected by his inclusion. It's not like they're a stable bunch to begin with. Oh well, let's see how this plays out.
Don't see him lasting a full season (well, the season is nearly half way through anyway :( ) - he might get a short-term contract somewhere I suppose, but I think most of the counties have already arranged their replacements for Saffie/Indian/Sri Lankan players involved elsewhere. .So realistically you'd be looking at next year.
Why the German voice Rich?. :wacko:
Was continuing along Fus's lines, TBH.
I've lost you...
OK... Fus said "wary" with a "v" instead of a "w" (was presumably a typo).
I pulled him up on it.
Whole exchange was totally in jest, just in case you didn't realise.
Pakistan cricket seems all crazy ATM, how could the board even consider not having Inzi in the test side.
For once aussie is right on the mark.
I can understand why Pakistan would be reluctant about having Inzamam in the Test side due to him possibly undermining Shoaib Malik although I don't really see Inzamam as intentionally doing that sort of thing. He is the best Test batsman they posess at the moment, so he should be picked.