Pakistan-India series: PCB writes letter to BCCI for confirmation

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  1. Blackwater

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    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Shahryar Khan, on Wednesday wrote a letter to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to confirm the December series in the UAE, reported Express News.

    Shahryar wrote in the letter that ‘Anurag Thakur, secretary BCCI, should make the series possible in December’.

    He further stated that: “Politics is vulnerable to highs and lows and the sport of cricket should be kept away from it.”

    “Cricket is a tool to formulate peace between the countries.”

    Read: Shahryar Khan rejects Zaheer Abbas’ suggestion to play home series in India

    He also highlighted the issue that BCCI has with Ten Sports.

    “We have given the broadcasting rights to Ten Sports and Internationl Cricket Council (ICC) accepts the channel’s bid.”

    Earlier, Shahryar said that the series between Pakistan and India was nearly impossible because of BCCI’s resistance.

    Read: Pakistan-India series in December not possible now, says Shahryar Khan

    On ICC president Zaheer Abbas’ suggestion to play the home series in India, Shahryar also stated that ‘we are not going to play our home series in India’.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/949357/pakistan-india-series-pcb-writes-letter-to-bcci-for-confirmation/
     
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  3. Blackwater

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    mard-a-momen ,200+nukes,only islami atmi aukuwat bend downs and requesting in front of hindu kufur baniya

    :biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:

    @Neo

    @Zarvan

    @Raja.pakistani

    @blue marlin

    @musalman

    What could be the reason for such surrender and sense of helplessness by gazi pakis in front of hindu kufur baniya. specially u r celebrating 1965 so called victory:biggrin2:
     
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    Ha ha no reply from Pakistanis.

    PCB is begging BCCI to play cricket with them for years now.
    They know there is no real money without playing India.
    That is why they diplomatically begged, begged in front of media, begged to the governments. Begging, begging and begging.
    If Pakistan is a great country as they all claim then why don't other nations tour them?

    India shouldn't play them and leave them to starve.
     
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    PCB may fire its employees if series with India doesn't happen: Shahryar Khan

    The employees of the Pakistan Cricket Board could face the repercussions if Pakistan's planned "home" series against India does not take place in December in the United Arab Emirates.

    The PCB chairman Shahryar Khan has been saying if India does not confirm the series, the board will have cut expenditures to remain financially stable.

    "Obviously we have estimated that we can generate even by a conservative estimate around USD 50 to 60 million from the series which translates into 500 to 600 crore rupees for us," an official of the PCB told PTI.

    "The PCB has been banking on this series to generate surplus funds but if that does not happen then automatically we have to cut expenditures and go for some downsizing," he added.

    Shahryar has confirmed publicly that an outsourced HR firm has recommended reduction and merger of departments and releasing surplus employees. At present, the PCB has around 900 employees all over Pakistan many of them in well paid positions at the board headquarters and national cricket academy in Lahore.

    He said in a recent interview that in the first step the international cricket affairs and domestic cricket affairs departments would be merged into a department of cricket affairs with the positions of Directors presently heading these departments abolished.

    Former Test captain Intikhab Alam is currently the domestic cricket director, while Zakir Khan is looking after international cricket affairs. Sources in the PCB said the department of cricket affairs would be headed by two General Managers and Usman Wahla and Ali Zia are tipped to be given the new responsibilities.

    The source said there were recommendations to reduce staff by around 200 people.

    "The PCB has a huge payroll and also spends a lot on subsidising domestic cricket (Annually around 60 to 70 crore rupees) besides taxes payments to players and managing the national women's junior and A teams," the source said.

    He said that only recently in the new central contracts given to 28 players, the PCB had given considerable pay hikes and other benefits to the cricketers.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/sport/repor...th-india-doesn-t-happen-shahryar-khan-2123643
     
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    Nothing new... Pakis hate Kafirs but ready to accept stuff at the drop of a hat.

    We know how many Paki cricketers CRIED after India didn't allow them to play in IPL.

    Wasim Akram requests BCCI to allow Pakistani players in IPL


    Guess who made a big drama and cried when India refused Pakis in IPL. :hmm: :lol:

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