Latif files petition against PCB
Pakistan's former captain Rashid Latif went to court yesterday, demanding sweeping reforms to the national cricket governing body including the election rather than appointment of officials
He filed a petition against the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in the southern province of Sindh. “Latif filed a petition against the PCB for the betterment of cricket,” said a statement from the Rashid Latif academy.
It said the PCB constitution must be overhauled to allow it to operate “in a fair and transparent manner” and provide for the election of officials including the chairman.
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