Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ramiz Raja on Friday introduced a variety of new tasks for the sport within the upcoming yr. He additionally indexed his and Pakistan staff’s achievements since turning into the chairman of the board final yr, and spoke additional on problems when it comes to international cricket, in addition to family members with the BCCI and Sourav Ganguly. However, former Pakistan cricketer Tanvir Ahmed wasn’t proud of Raja’s presser and did not mince his phrases as he criticised the PCB chairman.
Ahmed, who represented Pakistan in 5 Tests, 2 ODIs and a sole T20I, stated that he had was hoping for issues to support in Pakistan cricket after Ramiz Raja’s appointment, however he was once left dissatisfied.
“Can you tell me one good thing that Ramiz Raja has done since taking charge? The criteria of team selection and hirings within the PCB are still not based on merit,” stated Ahmed on his authentic YouTube channel, as quoted through Pakistan’s information outlet Samaa TV.
“When Ramiz Raja was elected PCB Chairman, I thought that things will improve but that has not been the case so far. He is also like his predecessors who is passing time rather than working for the betterment of Pakistan cricket,” he added.
Raja had introduced the release of a junior PSL, however Ahmed stated that the PCB chairman must have as a substitute focussed on “two-three day tournaments.”
“Instead of holding a Junior PSL, chairman should have focused on organising two-day or three-day tournaments. He is going to destroy Pakistan cricket with such decisions,” stated Ahmed.
“The youngsters will think that they don’t need to play long form cricket and instead focus on hitting sixes. This mentality will not affect under-19 cricket but also under-13 cricket and their families due to the money involved,” he added. “People all over the world are saying that T20 cricket has destroyed Test cricket but our chairman is trying to organise Junior PSL.”
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