Promising Pakistani left-arm pacer Sohail Tanvir, who was axed from the Pakistan team for the third One-Day International against Sri Lanka at Lahore earlier this month owing to poor form, roared back into form by taking eight wickets in the domestic Quaid-e-Azam trophy. He took eight wickets to signal a return to form and all this because of a few tips given to him by Miandad.
Many other junior players have also credited Miandad for their improved cricketing skills. But Miandad is no longer with the Pakistan Cricket Board. Even the former skipper Shoaib Malik said that he was given many valuable leadership tips and advices by the Javed Miandad and that greatly improved his style.
Last week, Miandad decided against working as DG and said that the Board was not ready to give him enough authority to help it lift the game out of the present crisis. PCB also cornered Miandad from the onset in the new setup and instead of taking advantage of his vast experience, he was dumped in the corner.
The Senate’s Standing Committee on Sports should take notice of this situation in PCB and must bring Miandad back.More on:javed miandad, Pakistan, Quaid e Azam, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir
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