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Mohammad Hafeez Questions Appointment Course of For Pakistan Cricket Board Chief

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Mohammad Hafeez raised questions over the appointment technique of PCB chief.© AFP

Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez has raised questions over the appointment technique of Pakistan Cricket Board chief moreover the choice to cut back groups in home cricket. Showing on Geo Information channel, Hafeez additionally criticized the abolishment of the departmental and financial institution groups in home cricket saying it had left many home cricketers jobless and with none future. The PCB two years again abolished the position of departmental and financial institution groups on the instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan who himself performed loads of home cricket in his days for the nationwide airways and different departments.

Hafeez, who not too long ago introduced his retirement from all worldwide cricket, additionally questioned the choice technique of PCB chairman.

He mentioned it was time that elections have been held correctly to elect the Chairman of the board as a substitute of him mainly being a particular nominee of the patron in chief, the Prime Minister.

“The current course of will not be right as a result of presently the chairman PCB was elected below a variety system and the process for choice of PCB chairman will not be proper.

“The chairman PCB comes on political grounds and the chairman who comes politically doesn’t perceive cricket in any respect,” he mentioned.

He advised that the chairman of the cricket board needs to be elected by means of elections. Former Pakistan skipper Ramiz Raja is the present PCB chief.

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The 41-year outdated introduced his retirement after showing in 55 Exams, 218 ODIs and 119 T20 internationals for his nation.

His final look for Pakistan was within the World T20 Cup in October after which he skipped the tour to Bangladesh and a house T20 collection in opposition to West Indies.

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