Pakistan’s PM defends decision to change domestic cricket structure Cricket news

Pakistan’s PM defends decision to change domestic cricket structure Cricket news

Karachi: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday defended his decision to change the domestic cricket structure in the country, stating that the new system will produce world-class talent after initial initial problems.
Addressing the officials of Pakistan Cricket Board, Pakistan Television Corporation and the Ministry of Information, Imran said that Pakistan cricket has done well due to its immense raw talent despite the poor cricket system.
The 1992 World Cup winning captain Imran said, “I have very confidently assured Misbah, Hafeez and Azhar (who were among the attendees) that the new cricket structure should be allowed to grow and strengthen.”
Head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq and senior players, Hafiz and Azhar, discussed the domestic cricket system with PCB chairman, Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan in Islamabad on Wednesday.
Misbah, Hafeez and Azhar requested to meet the PM. He had earlier said that the new arrangement with departmental cricket had left many cricketers unemployed and Pakistan was not cut out for cricket culture.
Imran said, “I told him that every new system had its initial problems and it takes some time but I can assure you that once it is established it will be sure that the raw we have in cricket The talent will come polished and ready for international cricket. ”
Under the new domestic cricket structure introduced last year by the PCB on the PM’s instruction, only six provincial teams now compete in first-class cricket and other ODIs and T20 tournaments and divisional teams.
Imran said that he wants to see Pakistan cricket where he should once again groom his talent well and has a system to ensure that only quality players come forward.
“I hope we will be able to build a very strong team for the next World Cup and will be able to do well thanks to this new system,” he said.
Imran had said recently that Pakistan had a domestic cricket system which did not exist anywhere in the world.
“Despite this system, we have won because of the immense raw talent we have. Nowhere does a player enter the national team directly from junior or club level cricket.”

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