PCB Chief Meets Ex-Players To Discuss Way Forward For Struggling National Team: Report | Cricket News

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Pakistan Cricket Board chief Zaka Ashraf has began consulting with former Test gamers following the nationwide group’s shoddy efficiency within the ongoing World Cup in India. On Tuesday, Ashraf met with Pakistan chief selector Inzamam ul Haq, and former gamers Muhammad Yousuf and Aaqib Javed in Lahore. He additionally plans to satisfy stalwarts like Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Saqlain Mushtaq and Umar Gul to get their recommendation on the way to transfer ahead.

A PCB press launch mentioned that the PCB chief was additionally wanting ahead to assembly with different former gamers to get their opinion on the event of present members of the Pakistan group.

Ashraf emphasised on the Board’s focus in direction of participating the experience of former gamers, who’ve represented Pakistan in numerous capacities.

“These players have served Pakistan at the highest stage and have a treasure of experience under their belts. We hope to utilise their expertise to help ensure our players are developed well in all aspects of the game.

“In this manner, we hope we are able to produce gamers in all departments of the sport that may serve Pakistan sooner or later,” Ashraf said.

It is common for the PCB to take damage control steps to appease the angry cricket fans whenever the national team doesn’t perform well in a top level event.

In the past also, former heads of the board have engaged in similar exercises in a bid to show that they are taking steps to improve Pakistan cricket.

Ashraf also said the National Cricket Academy plans to organise a specialised camp with top talent from the domestic circuit.

“The major purpose of this camp is to nurture these gamers and make them prepared for the worldwide stage, in an try and bridge the hole between home and worldwide cricket.” Many cricket analysts and some former players believe that such cosmetic measures are not going to help Pakistan cricket because firstly it is unclear whether the present cricket management committee will continue after November 4 when its four month tenure expires.

(Except for the headline, this story has been edited by Mahaz News staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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