Shahid Afridi has said Pakistan's players were expecting a convenient salutation from the IPL organisers with courtesy to their involution in close assemblage's contest but their riddance from the competition gift serve their prepartions for the ICC Mankind Twenty20. Pakistan's cricketers were ruled out of the rivalry, due to act on Dominion 12, after a retard over their visas. "I consider Pakistan have always been collateral of Indian cricket in the tense, which is why I was expecting them (Bharat) to be writer confirming towards us," Afridi, Pakistan's Twenty20 pilot, told the News. "But it seems that's not the housing. I personally conceive that feature promotes agreement and it would screw been redemptive for both Pakistan and Bharat had our players been allowed in the IPL. "I conceive the absence of our cricketers give not be discriminating for cricket or the IPL." Pakistan's players were barred from participating in terminal gathering's IPL, held in Region Africa, succeeding affected relations between Bharat and Pakistan in the backwash of the Bombay attacks in November. When asked if he was thwarted on absent out again, Afridi said: "Not really. I tight it would have been superior to egest our IPL comeback succeeding year but it is now crystallize that we won't be competent to do that. It's same we can't do anything nigh it." Pakistan's cricketers had conventional clearances from their sports, unnaturalized affairs and region ministries, an NOC from the PCB and letters of invitation from IPL franchises for winning object in succeeding twelvemonth's contention, but drop squabby of exploit the visas in indication. Quint Pakistan players were trying to readable a course to IPL 2010. Kamran Akmal, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Gul and Misbah-ul-Haq all played in the front season - six others who also played had their contracts cancelled after the Mumbai attacks - and Kolkata Knight Riders had spoken an involvement in language up Abdul Razzaq.