On Wednesday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan defended the decision to change the structure of domestic cricket in the country and stressed that the new system would create world-class talent after the initial problems. Addressing officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Pakistan Television Corporation and the Ministry of Information, Imran said that despite the fact that cricket is not bad, Pakistan cricket has excelled on the strength of its incomparable talent.
“I have had a hard time convincing Misbah, Hafeez and Azahar (current) that the new cricket structure should be allowed to grow and strengthen,” said Imran, captain of Pakistan’s 1992 World Cup winning team. In addition to coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Hasan, senior players Mohammad Hafeez and Azahar Ali met the Pakistani prime minister in Islamabad on Wednesday, in the presence of PCB chairman Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan. Of.
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Misbah, Hafeez and Azhar requested to meet the Prime Minister. He said the new system, which would remove divisional cricket, would cause many cricketers to lose their jobs. Imran said, “I told him that every new system has an initial problem and it takes time, but I can assure you that once it is established, it will be sure that our talent will be in front of the international cricketers.”
The PCB has struck a 200 million deal with PTV Sports
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday signed a three-year broadcasting deal with PTV Sports for 200 million and a distribution deal with i-Media Communications Services. “The PCB has signed a satellite broadcasting agreement with PTV Sports for broadcasting in Pakistan and also entered into an agreement with i-Media Communications Services to acquire cable distribution,” the board said in a statement. PSB expects to earn more than 200 200 million on a three-year deal. Accordingly, the Broadcasting Agreement is only for Pakistan, while the PCB will soon finalize the issue of granting broadcasting rights in international territories and it will also introduce a new framework for digital media rights.