Pakistan cricket at lowest point, says PCB interim chief Najam Sethi

PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf was last month suspended by a court in Islamabad on charges of controversy over his election, forcing the new government to appoint Sethi until Ashraf's case is decided.

updated: July 03, 2013 16:31 IST
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Lahore: Pakistan cricket has reached its lowest point, its interim chief said on Wednesday, calling for a string of defeats, cheating allegations, teams refusing to tour and court cases to be resolved quickly.

"Our cricket has reached the lowest ground," Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) interim chairman Najam Sethi told reporters, speaking in English upon his return from last week's International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting in London.

"We are not winning matches. We are facing allegations of cheating with our players and an umpire being banned and teams refusing to tour, so we need to address all that," said Sethi.

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