“PSL in danger due to incompetency of board administration”; Najam Sethi lashes out at PCB officials

“PSL in danger due to incompetency of board administration”; Najam Sethi lashes out at PCB officials “PSL in danger due to incompetency of board administration”; Najam Sethi lashes out at PCB officials

Former Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi has demanded to sack Cricket Board's current management due to mishandling Pakistan Super league sixth edition.

“We have developed Pakistan's Cricket Brand, Pakistan Super League ( PSL ) after long planning and hard work for Pakistani fans but Chairman Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan has destroyed it. PSL brand value is decreasing day by day,” says Najam Sethi 

Talking to GNN TV, Najam Sethi said that we had staged four seasons of PSL without any mismanagement but now it is an unadulterated disaster.  “Native cricket has already been destroyed and now PSL is in danger and its future seems quite bleak now,”

The biosecure bubble in Karachi was burst due to not having a vigilance team, why PCB bosses didn't ask the Federal Government to provide them security experts for the implementation of Bubble Protocols strictly instead of depending on the UAE.

Dr Sohail Saleem was only a scapegoat, making and implementing protocols was not only his obligation. Holding PSL in Abu Dhabi is not the right decision. 

Former Chairman PCB Najam Sethi says Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran khan should intervene in the matter of Pakistan Cricket and see how things are being messed up by two officials of PCB. They have destroyed Pakistan T20 Cricket brand PSL and they will also damage international Cricket too.

The public will forget the political failures of Imran Khan but they will never forgive the ruining of Cricket. Fans and Media will keep him reminding about cricket failure during his Government, he added. 

PCB has announced that PSL remaining matches will be played in Abu Dhabi from 9 June to 24 June.

Pakistan Super League was postponed in March 2021 due to reporting of numerous Covid-19 Cases during Tournament.

 

Report By: Anus Saeed

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