India vs Pakistan Cricket: Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) new chairman Najam Shetty said here on Monday that the next…
India vs Pakistan Cricket: The new Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Shetty said here on Monday that the government has decided to send the Pakistan team (IND vs Pak) for the ODI World Cup 2023 to be held in India next year. But will be taken.Stay connected with Hindi.InsideSport.In for every news related to the world of sports.
Shetty’s predecessor, Ramiz Raja, had threatened that his country would consider withdrawing from the World Cup if India did not come to Pakistan for the Asia Cup, when asked about the threat, Shetty said, “If the government says if you don’t go, India, we won’t go.
“As far as cricket relations between Pakistan and India are concerned, it is clear that decisions are taken at the government level,” Sethi said at a press conference in Karachi.
“Such decisions are taken only at the government level and the PCB can only seek clarity,” he added.
Shetty said he would approach the Asian Cricket Council on the issue of Pakistan’s proposed hosting of the upcoming Asia Cup.
He said, “I will see what the situation is and then we will move forward. Whatever decision we make, we need to make sure we don’t fall apart.
Shetty also said that neither he nor the PCB would object if Raja decided to return to the commentary box. “I have a lot of respect for Ramiz and we would never oppose his return to the commentary box,” he said.
Shetty also defended incumbent Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s decision to remove Raja from the post of PCB chairman.
He said, “I was the President in 2018. When Imran Khan’s government was formed, I resigned, although some people in the corridors of power told me that no one would remove me. I have always believed that the Prime Minister has the right to select candidates to handle cricket affairs.
Shetty also said that he approached former Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur as he wanted to bring him back into the team.
“Mickey is currently under contract with Derbyshire and I have spoken to him. The situation will be clear in the next 8-10 days. We have sought his advice on the new coaching arrangements for the team.
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