Imran Khan rubbishes PCB chief's claim of lack of talent in Pakistan

Due to his busy political career, Imran Khan has rarely got directly involved in Pakistan cricket affairs since his retirement in 1992 and only recently made an appearance at a peace match in Peshawar organised by the sports and youth wing of his party.

updated: November 19, 2013 22:38 IST
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Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan on Tuesday slammed Pakistan Cricket Board interim chief Najam Sethi for his reported claim that there was a problem of talent in national cricket.

"I accept this challenge from the PCB Chairman Najam Sethi and will now interfere and get involved with Pakistan cricket affairs once again and unearth new talent," Imran said on a television show.

"Now I am compelled to say I will now get involved where necessary and I will find new talent for Pakistan cricket. To say there is no talent in our country is rubbish," said the cricketer-turned-politician.

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