KARACHI: Former Test cricketer and coach Younis Khan suggested Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s chairman Ramiz Raja ‘work more’.
While talking to a local news channel, Younis stressed that PCB needs to lift Pakistan cricket with organized planning.
“Now, Pakistan needs to raise the standard of their cricket in the world. After the withdrawal of England and New Zealand, we now need to plan things strongly. We have to put our strong stance in front of the world,” he said.
“The new PCB chairman Ramiz Raja should talk less because now it’s high time to work more,” he suggested.
The legendary Test batsman also emphasized giving more respect to national cricketers. “When you don’t respect your cricketers, don’t expect it from somebody else. You need to give more value to your cricketers to let the world know their importance,” he concluded.