Uproar over PCB’s national junior selector Sohail Tanvir leaving for US to play T20 league


Tanveer will play for Premium Pakistan in American Premier League

Sohail Tanvir, captain of Pakistan. (Photo Source: Facebook)

Pakistan Cricket Board’s National Junior Chief Selector Sohail Tanvir had reached the US this week to participate in the US franchise T20 league. Let us tell you that Sohail Tanvir plays for Premium Pak franchise in the American Premier League (APL).

So, he had reached here after announcing Pakistan’s Under-19 team for the Under-19 World Cup to be held next year. After which questions are continuously being raised regarding the interests between him and the PCB. On the other hand, now a big statement from an official of Pakistan Cricket Board has come out regarding this matter.

PCB official gave a big statement

On the other hand, regarding Sohail Tanveer playing in the American Premier League, a senior official of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said – Tanveer was allowed to play at the time of appointment as junior selector of the national team, but now it seems a strange decision. , because Sohail Tanvir is in a pay role position with the PCB.

Along with this, there is confusion regarding other former cricketers working with PCB. Because till now the Chief Selector of Pakistan Cricket Team, Wahab Riaz has not completely retired from T20 cricket. Apart from this, team director Mohammad Hafeez had announced after his retirement from international cricket career that he is more interested in taking up managerial responsibilities in the team rather than playing in the T20 league.

However, the conflict of interest between the PCB and these players also lowers the morale of the Pakistan cricket team, which results in the team’s performance. Besides, Tanveer also got disgraced in the cricketer fraternity. Currently Pakistan team is on Australia tour. Where it has lagged 2-0 in the 3-match test series.

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