You can't call me bad boy anymore: Sabbir

He wants to return to the national team with this BPL.

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Maksud Haque
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  • Now Sabbir is busy with Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
  • The Chattogram Challengers have drawn him in the team this season.
  • Sabbir Rahman's name is involved with various controversies. However, leaving everything behind, the cricketer is reorganizing himself. Therefore, he requested that he don't want to be called a bad boy anymore.
    You can't call me bad boy anymore: Sabbir
    There were allegations of abusing cleaners and raising hands on teammates. Sabbir was also accused of women scandal. Although he denied it, the incident was differently expressed against him. However, the evidence of beating the spectators on the field was very clear. He wants to put these controversies behind him now.
    As his name has been implicated in various controversies, it has been often rumored that he is the bad boy of Bangladesh cricket. But Sabbir has a strong objection to this badge. He has directly requested that he not be called a bad boy anymore. The batter also asked him to say something good if he said something.
    In a recent interview with T-Sports, Sabbir claimed, “There is no such thing as a bad boy. It's getting old now, this word doesn't really go with me anymore. I am a married person. The biggest thing is my family."
    "This badge should never be taken again. I hope you will say something good.
    Now Sabbir is busy with Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). This time Chattogram Challengers have drawn him in the team. He wants to return to the national team with this BPL. So he is working hard in practice.
    Remarkably, new version of Sabbir was in fact also seen performing the Asar prayer alone during practice session on Thursday.