Time to make new friends, Pakistan has worked hard to make the friendly Islamic country the strongest team in the cricket world.
The PCB and the Uzbekistan Cricket Federation have reached an agreement to promote cricket in Uzbekistan, and it is likely that the Uzbekistan cricket team will be allowed to participate in the Pakistani national season.
Lahore: Time to make new friends, Pakistan has worked hard to make the friendly Islamic country the strongest team in the cricket world. According to the details, Pakistan Cricket Board has started its efforts to make new friends in the cricket world after being misled by the New Zealand and England cricket tables. The PCB has worked hard to introduce the cricket team of another Islamic country in international cricket.
An agreement was reached between the Pakistan Cricket Board and the Uzbekistan Cricket Federation for the promotion of cricket in Uzbekistan, which was signed at the PCB headquarters in Lahore.
In addition, the Pakistan Cricket Board will send its staff to Uzbekistan, where they will conduct multi-level training courses, including curators and field staff. Under the agreement, the PCB will also provide a briefing to the Uzbekistan Cricket Federation on anti-doping, anti-corruption and other codes of conduct. In addition, according to sources, the Pakistan Cricket Board may allow the Uzbek cricket team to participate in the Pakistani national season, in this regard it is being considered.
England failed to pay off Pakistan’s debt, former England captain is also very angry
In the days of the epidemic, Pakistan had shown generosity by visiting England, but England and New Zealand canceled their tour and ruined Pakistan’s high-profile season. Unfortunately, England was unable to pay its debt, said former British captain Michael Atherton.
In the days of the London epidemic, Pakistan had shown generosity by visiting England, but England and New Zealand canceled their tour and ruined Pakistan’s high-profile season. Unfortunately, England were unable to pay their debt to the English team. Former England captain Michael Atherton reacts sharply to the cancellation of the This Nation of cricket tour which faced many challenges.
Michael Atherton said the England Cricket Board made a mistake by issuing a single statement while England was unable to pay its debt owed to Pakistan.
The former captain said that a few days ago, New Zealand also ended the tour due to security threats. It was a high-profile season for Pakistan. Pakistan is currently facing severe financial losses due to
“I wrote last year that Pakistan and the West Indies had shown generosity by visiting England in the days of the epidemic. The visit is worse than the withdrawal of South Africa and the cancellation of the Manchester test,” he said. “Pakistan helped us and we forgot. He said that Pakistan’s anger is understandable, while Rameez Raja is a former cricketer, so he speaks the language of the players.”
It should be noted that on Monday, the England Cricket Board had officially announced the end of their tour of Pakistan. On the other hand, after New Zealand’s tour of Pakistan was canceled on the pretext of security concerns, the national squad players announced for the T20 World Cup are now in Islamabad for the T20 National Cup, where they will meet. with the Prime Minister. On Wednesday. A meeting with Imran Khan is expected. According to sources, the meeting time of the players will be set taking into account Prime Minister Imran Khan’s busy schedule. The president of the PCB, Rameez Raja, will also be present at this meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to encourage you.
Imran Khan, captain of the 1992 World Cup winning team, will share his experiences and give advice to young players. He recalls that the Pakistan Cricket Board has found a new commitment for cricketers after the return of the New Zealand cricket team. After the New Zealand team refused to play the series, the PCB tried to invite Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to prepare for the World Cup, but the tours were not possible due to logistical problems.