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Former head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja didn’t want to work with him or ex-bowling coach Waqar Younis.
Misbah noted that he and Waqar decided to resign from their positions since Ramiz had his own visions for the national team.
He also made it clear that he and Waqar had no rift with Ramiz.
“Ramiz bhai came up with his own vision, so we decided to step down with respect,” Misbah told Voice of America as quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
“There wasn’t any difference between Ramiz bhai and us. See, we were a part of [the] previous management who brought us with a vision, and we worked together. Ramiz bhai came up with his own vision. He didn’t want to work with us, so we thought to resign.”
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Ramiz bhai is one of the best for Pakistan cricket board
You didn’t include Asif Iqbal the legendary cricketer in the list, my favourite one of the greatest Cricket player of all times for Pakistan.
Memories are short lived in case of some greats if their ethnicity is not the preferred one. Asif Iqbal has many credentials under his belt for Pakistan, how he can be ignored from such listings it’s beyond my imagination, like it or not, it’s a typical case of rampant discrimination against non Punjabis in Pakistan National Cricket circles. Give talent a chance and see the difference it can make, keep the national spirit alive and let go the ethnic complexes.