PCB announces financial support for Hassan Ali

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

08th Jun, 2020. 08:47 pm
Hassan Ali

National fast bowler Hassan Ali is facing financial difficulties and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced financial support for Hassan Ali.

PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan termed Hassan Ali as an asset of Pakistan cricket and said in his statement that the fast bowler needs the board. It is the responsibility of PCB to support in these situations.

On the other hand, a rehab session is underway to get rid of Hassan Ali’s injury.

According to the doctors of PCB, the fast bowler does not need surgery. A decision will be taken in the next five weeks after reviewing Hassan Ali’s injury.

The PCB came to the rescue of another 161 people suffering from financial problems related to cricket.

Thirteen groundsmen, 31 scorers, 21 match officials and 16 first-class cricketers have been provided financial assistance.

Dr Sohail Saleem said that, “Hasan Ali picking up injuries around the same area twice in less than a year was not a normal thing. Consequently, we consulted some of the best and most experienced specialists and it is heartening to hear their feedback following the opening online rehabilitation session in which Hasan showed no signs of symptomatic regression.

Hassan is under the treatment of the very best in the business and hopefully he will return fitter and stronger to competitive cricket without any surgery, he added.

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