PCB chairman hints at changes in team, managment after humiliating Bangladesh tour

26 Apr, 2015 2:58 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Sheharyar Khan on Sunday hinted at reforms in the team and management following the humiliating defeat in the ongoing Bangladesh tour.

Speaking to reporters after inauguration of Sweet Home Cricket Ground, the PCB chairman admitted that the loss to Bangladesh was severely humiliating. “Fitness and coaching included, our system is at fault,” he said. “The age of playing old players in place of unfit players is gone. The team needs fresh blood now.”

Sheharyar Khan said the PCB is forming regional academies across the countries which will help discover talent in country. “Zimbabwe’s tour to Pakistan is crucial for revival of International Cricket in Pakistan,” he said. “They will be provided VIP level security.”

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