The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday decided to make changes in players’ central contracts once the cricket committee completes its review on the team’s performance in the World Cup.
According to the sources, the board has decided to dissolve the emerging/E category from the central contracts. It is also decided that only 15 to 20 players will get the new contracts.
The managing director of the PCB Wasim Khan will give the approval of to the central contracts.
It is pertinent to mention here that currently, 33 players are holding central contracts in five different categories.
Earlier, the board had given central contracts to 10 women cricketers in three categories A, b, and C.
The sources confirmed that the board is keen to do the accountability of players for their performance in the last three years. Only consistent performers will get the central contract.