Talking to Sportline, Amit Mishra chalks out his future plans, which involves, among other things, a short county stint. Excerpts from the interview.
Amit Mishra missed out on the ICC World Twenty20 touring party for the Indians, despite being the second highest wicket-taker after Pragyan Ojha in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this time around. The Delhi-based legspinner has taken the snub by the selectors on his chin.
Talking to Sportline, he chalks out his future plans, which involves, among other things, a short county stint. Excerpts from the interview.
The Indian Premier League is over. What are you plans for the period before the start of the next season?
The plan is still on. A couple of county teams are interested in signing me, let's see how it progresses. I think Hamphire and may be Somerset - who I'm not very clear - are the teams, who want me to play for them.
How close are you to signing a county contract?
Well, it's difficult to say when. My agent has to get back to meRead More »from ‘Sitting out hurts, but life goes on’