Former Pakistan cricket team captain Imran Khan has said that there was no need of Imran Khan in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as Pakistan was suffering from a severe cricket crisis.
Talking to newsmen at Sialkot here on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that the major reason behind this persisting cricket crisis in Pakistan was that it lacked basic cricket structure. He said that there was no cricket structure in Pakistan.
“Cricket should be made an institution in Pakistan, as it was the demand of the day and direly needed stepping up,” he added.
Imran Khan said that he has given several positive suggestions to the PCB for regaining the lost boom of Pakistan cricket. If these positive suggestions were implemented then Pakistan cricket would again rise during a stipulated period of two years.
He said that Pakistan was enriched with great talent of cricket but it lacked cricket structure which was spoiling this talent.
He made it clear that he gave the above-mentioned positive suggestions for cricket’s uplifting, as a loyal Pakistani former senior cricketer.
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