Razzaq says firm on decision to play ICL

Saturday, September 22, 2007

LAHORE: Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razzaq has joined Worcestershire for one year. Razzaq said that he is firm on his decision to play Indian Cricket League (ICL).

Talking to Geo News correspondent Imran Sohail on returning home from England, Abdul Razzaq said the County cricket has helped him to improve his fitness and rhythm.

Razzaq said his performance was appreciated in England as Worcestershire County won pro40 title after 13 years and due to his performance, the County had offered him to play the next season, which he has accepted.

For ICL, Razzaq said that he is sticking to his decision of retirement from international cricket and to play the ICL. Pakistan Cricket Board has not made direct contact with him and if contacted, he would than comment about it, he added.

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