Former Pakistani Pacer Slams PCB Chief Ramiz Raja with “Tell Me One Good Thing He’s Done”
When Ramiz Raja was named PCB chairman last year, the former Pakistan bowler claimed he had high expectations, but the problems haven’t been resolved yet.
Ramiz Raja, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has come under fire from former bowler Tanvir Ahmed, who claims that the 59-year-old has done nothing to further the game in his nation beyond what his forebears did. In the ICC Test, ODI, and T20I rankings, Pakistan is currently ranked fifth, third, and third, respectively. The team led by Babar Azam also advanced to the T20 World Cup semifinals in the UAE last year, where they were defeated by Australia. Tanvir Ahmed believes that the employment practices and squad selection at PCB are still not merit-based.
“Ramiz Raja arrived about 8 to 9 months ago (and took charge of the PCB). Tell me one positive thing that the chairman has accomplished thus far. The PCB’s hiring and team selection criteria are still not based on merit “In a video posted on his YouTube account, Tanvir Ahmed said.
When Ramiz Raja was named PCB chairman last year, the 43-year-old stated he had high expectations, but the problems haven’t been resolved yet.
“I had hoped that when Ramiz Raja was chosen as the PCB chairman, but so far, nothing has changed. But he also spends his time and enjoys his assignment like his predecessors did “Added he.
Ramiz Raja recently stated that he intends to remain the chairman of PCB despite rumors that the administration in power would fire him.
“We can’t survive on conjecture after two months. By now, if something had to happen, it would have. Nothing will change for Pakistan cricket unless you give continuity a chance “In Ramiz Raja’s words.
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