Imran not interested in PCB job
Apr 12, 2007 - 1:21:04 PM
Rawalpindi, April 12 - Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has said he had no interest in holding any office in the Pakistan Cricket Board - and suggested that the practice of the appointment of the board chairman by the president of Pakistan should be done away with.
Asked about his views on taking over the board affairs if offered, the former cricketer turned politician categorically stated that he had no such desire, Dawn reported Thursday.
Regretting that the PCB was run on an ad hoc basis for the past nine years, Imran said it was high time that the constitution of the board was implemented in order revive the sagging fortunes of the game in the country.
Imran also announced that his legal cousel will soon be serving a notice on his former pace partner in the team, Sarfraz Nawaz, for making false charges of gambling against him and other cricketers.
'Sarfraz has brought a bad name to the whole country by making false allegations of match-fixing and gambling on so many respected cricketers and I will shortly get a legal notice served on him,' he said.
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