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Four names considered for PCB’s chief selector role

PCB's chief selector role gets four names

According to reliable sources, Misbah-ul-Haq, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Cricket Committee, is set to propose four names for the crucial position of chief selector for the national men’s side.

Four names for PCB’s chief selector role

After careful consideration, Misbah has shortlisted the names of four former cricketers for the chief selector role. The candidates in contention are Mushtaq Ahmed, Mohammad Wasim, Inzamam-ul-Haq, and Azhar Ali.

The appointment of the chief selector holds immense significance as it will pave the way for the announcement of the squads for the upcoming Asia Cup and ICC World Cup 2023.

Additionally, Misbah has reached out to some well-known cricketing figures, including Azhar, Inzamam, Waqar Younis, Mohammad Hafeez, and Rashid Latif, offering them roles as members in the cricket committee. However, these individuals have requested some time to deliberate on the offer before making their decisions.

Interestingly, some former cricketers have opted not to join the committee due to pre-existing commitments, indicating the challenges in attracting key talents for these crucial roles.

On another note, Misbah recently chaired a committee meeting that discussed the structure of the domestic cricket circuit, addressing matters vital to the development of the sport in the country.

Despite being offered a full-time position, Misbah has chosen to serve as the chairman’s advisor, making it an honorary role in light of his prior commitments. In this capacity, he will work closely with the PCB’s cricket and technical committee, as well as represent Pakistan in important International Cricket Council (ICC) meetings.

Later today, Misbah is scheduled to meet with Zaka Ashraf to further deliberate on important matters concerning Pakistan cricket.

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