‘PSL’s head should be sacked over his incompetency’ Rashid Latif


KARACHI: Former Test cricketer Rashid Latif has once again criticized Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for its incompetency and for deteriorating country’s image worldwide.

Speaking on PTV Sports, the cricketer-turned-analyst said Pakistan Super League (PSL)’s head should be sacked for his incompetency. “Sorry to say but it seems like the PSL’s head has never organized even a tape ball tournament. He should be sacked for his incompetency,” he said.

“How can you give such a big tournament and whole Pakistan’s cricket management in someone’s hand who doesn’t have the experience of it,” he questioned.

The former cricketer stressed that PCB should bring in competitive and specialist people at the helm for fluency in cricket matters. “There is a need to hire specialist people. Competent people who can deal smartly with such things,” he said.

It must be noted here that PSL 6 was postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak in the bio-secure bubble. Only 14 matches out of 34 were played in Karachi before the event was called off.

As many as seven members including six cricketers and a staff member tested COVID-19 positive during three days.

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