Younis Khan likely to get new assignment in PCB
KARACHI – Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan, who stepped down as Pakistan’s batting coach earlier in June this year, is likely to get a new role in Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Reports in local media quoting sources said the right-handed batsman known to be a volatile person, can get responsibilities as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja likely to create new posts including director cricket to implement his cricketing plans.
Earlier, Khan speaking in a show advised Ramiz Raja to ‘talk less’, as England and New Zealand called off the historic tours. “Pakistan cricket is standing nowhere, Younis said as teams are not willing to visit the country for a cricket series.
He said, “it was time to restructure the Pakistan Cricket Board and include people who are competent and know about cricket affairs in the decision-making process”.
Meanwhile, in key meetings between PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and a number of cricket experts, he was told to focus on grassroots cricket to get players needed for the upcoming years.