Lahore: Former captain Rashid Latif said he has lot of respect for Shahryar Khan and Najam Sethi but at the same time suggests one of them to step down for the betterment of Pakistan cricket.
While giving an interview he said it is in the interest of Pakistan cricket that either of the two, PCB chairman Shahryar Khan and head of executive committee Najam Sethi must resign. The former captain said we kept indicating problems for the past couple of years that the downfall in cricket has begun and is picking up momentum, today the results speak for themselves. Game matters can’t be resolved by adding high profile people in the staff neither can Pakistan cricket benefit from players who have played 200 test matches, we’ll have to work at the grass root level.
For attaining this qualification you require a two and a half years course. How many coaches have we prepared? Rashid Latif said PCB has mentioned in its plan to start school cricket, such a thing doesn’t exist in the board’s constitution and how would they manage to keep an eye on various matters at such a large scale. Most of our cricketers belong to lower and middle class level, if we plan to provide them sources to overcome their financial difficulties the chances of finding more talent may increase.