Inzamam said that it would not be a good idea to allow either Aamir or the two other players involved in the spot fixing scandal back into the Pakistan team.
    
"I just feel that if Aamir is selected again for the national team it will divert the focus of the other players away from cricket and there will be added pressure on them and Aamir," said Inzamam, who has played 120 tests and 398 one-day internationals.
    
"I know from experience that if Aamir is selected in the Pakistan team and when it goes to England, Australia or even India the media will just focus on him and it will mean problems in the dressing room," he added.

Inzamam said that he had nothing personal against anyone but the Pakistan cricket board had to decide on a policy regarding tainted players independent of even what the ICC says on this.

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Inzamam said that it would not be a good idea to allow either Aamir or the two other players involved in the spot fixing scandal back into the Pakistan team.
     
"I just feel that if Aamir is selected again for the national team it will divert the focus of the other players away from cricket and there will be added pressure on them and Aamir," said Inzamam, who has played 120 tests and 398 one-day internationals.
     
"I know from experience that if Aamir is selected in the Pakistan team and when it goes to England, Australia or even India the media will just focus on him and it will mean problems in the dressing room," he added.

Inzamam said that he had nothing personal against anyone but the Pakistan cricket board had to decide on a policy regarding tainted players independent of even what the ICC says on this.