The Pakistan wicket keeper is in two minds about many things. And that is exactly how the situation stands as he continues to reiterate on the fears.
Zulqarnain Haider clarified that he did not speak to the Pakistan Cricket Board officials for fear of putting other people in trouble as well as he tried to explain his decision to leave Dubai where he was scheduled to play the fifth ODI against South Africa for England without notifying anyone.
Haider also reiterated that it was his family, his wife and two young daughters, that left him confused about the next step to do after he received death threats for not complying with orders to fix matches when he refused to take money on offer.
Haider also suggested he spoke with the Pakistan Cricket Board and that while he felt safe in England, he was not interested in settling permanently in the country. The PCB has suspended his contract and he has been categorically told he will get no help if he decides on a political asylum. While singing praises about the country since landing there, Haider spoke about how the decision weighed heavily on him given that he had a budding career which he did not reallyw ant to throw away.