PCB, BCCI Officials to Meet in December to Discuss Cricket Ties

PCB, BCCI Officials to Meet in Dec to Discuss Cricket Ties


Karachi:

Pakistani and Indian cricket officials will get another event on Dec 17 to lay opposite a list and plead a stretched and dangling shared cricket ties between a dual nations.

An central source in a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) pronounced that a assembly will be hold during a Asian Cricket Council accommodate in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

“PCB Chairman, Shaharyar Khan is also Chairman of a ACC and he will be accompanied by Najam Sethi and Subhan Ahmad to Colombo,” a source said.

He pronounced a assembly was critical as apparently when Sethi met with a BCCI President Anurag Thakur in Capetown for a ICC executive house assembly recently there was contention on carrying a triangular or quadrangular series.

“Thakur done it transparent to Sethi who is an successful figure in a PCB and heads a executive cabinet that during benefaction it was not probable for a BCCI to play Pakistan in a shared array as their supervision didn’t support this,” a source said.

“The BCCI arch had floated an thought where instead a multi republic contest could be orderly in India or during any neutral venue in that Pakistan and India could play opposite any other,” he added.

The source pronounced that Sethi had reminded Thakur that nonetheless he was floating such an thought though during a impulse India was even articulate about not personification Pakistan in a organisation stages of a ICC Champions Trophy.

Two officials of a ACC also visited Lahore to accommodate with Shaharyar this week to plead preparations for a assembly and probable ACC events in 2017 and 18.

The source pronounced that a PCB had motionless to wait until Dec 17 to see in that instruction Indo-Pak cricket family were headed before regulating authorised chance to find remuneration from India or ICC due to a BCCI’s refusal to play shared array with Pakistan given 2007.

It was during a Capetown assembly that Pakistan asked a ICC to give a statute on India’s refusal to send a women’s group to Dubai for a ICC cricket joining to play opposite Pakistan.

The ICC technical cabinet has now awarded 6 points to Pakistan for a array after statute that India had dispossessed a array that was to be hosted by Pakistan.

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