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Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Zaka Ashraf Raises Concerns About Politics in PCB

Lahore: Zaka Ashraf, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), expressed his concerns about the presence of “too much politics” within the PCB during a comprehensive interview on the Geo News program Score. In the interview, he touched upon various topics, including the Pakistan Super League schedule, central contracts, and Pakistan’s preparations for the ICC World Cup in 2023.

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Ashraf’s remarks came in response to a question about the political atmosphere within the PCB. Although he did not delve into specific details, he hinted at political dynamics within the organization.

The PCB chairman expressed his optimism about Pakistan’s performance in the upcoming ICC World Cup. He stated, “We will make more significant and significant decisions based on the team’s performance in the World Cup.”

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Recently, the PCB announced contract increases for key players, including Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, and team captain Shaheen Shah Afridi, with increases totaling 202%, along with other benefits.

Ashraf assured Babar Azam of his full support but emphasized that the three-year contract would be subject to the players’ performance and could be terminated in case of subpar results.

Regarding the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League, Ashraf clarified that no final decisions had been reached yet, and they would be made in due time, taking into account the prevailing circumstances. He also stated that players are permitted to participate in two additional leagues alongside the PSL, with the approval of the PCB chairman rather than the chief selector, Inzamam-ul-Haq.

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In a final note, Ashraf raised questions about the selection process, particularly regarding Inzamam-ul-Haq’s son’s inclusion in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy squad without a clear performance record.

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