Won’t race after India to play cricket series: Rameez Raja
At the moment the focus is on national and local cricket, not rushing – PCB president
Lahore Newly elected Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Rameez Raja said at the first press conference after taking office that it is impossible to hold a series bilateral between Pakistan and India at the moment and from all their attention is on the domestic and the focus is on the local cricket, so they are in no rush to do it because politics has destroyed the sporting model and nothing is possible without a change of circumstances.
Regarding the expected clash in the T20 World Cup against the traditional rival, he said that the match between Pakistan and India in the short format of the World Cup would prove to be a “show stopper” and when he recently met with the Pakistani players . In no uncertain terms, this time he wanted to come back, so the Pakistani team should be 100% active and ready for the best performance.
Rameez Raja said that the Green Shirts have to play cricket without fear, which can help them win the mega event and they are well aware that the national team has potential to win the T20 World Cup, but the need is for the team selected for the mega event will be given full support and fine tuning of the plan will also be required. President PCB said that playing cricket without fear is the habit and nature of the Pakistan team, but it is necessary to develop a transparent model and provide transparency in terms of the desired results.
The appointment of Rameez as president of the PCB is welcome, Atif Rana
Rameez Raja is a very exporter in terms of leagues, he will consider the challenges of PSL’s financial model as a priority, the statement said.Lahore Lahore Qalandars, Qalandars CEO Atif Rana welcomed the appointment of Rameez Raja as PCB President and said that Rameez Raja is very exporter in terms of leagues. We will see it as a priority.
In his statement, he said that Rameez Raja has played cricket all over the world and expected him to make good decisions regarding cricket. B has been elected president.