PCB mulling increasing pay of Pakistan Test cricketers to prevent players from losing interest in format
Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said that number of options are under consideration to to stop the trend of players shying away from Test cricket.
The PCB said in a statement that Wasim’s appointment was approved by the board’s chairman Ehsan Mani following the final round of online interviews held on Thursday and Friday.
Under the old system, the board used to appoint an independent three to five-member national selection committee headed by a chief selector which picked the teams and had them approved by the Chairman of the board.
Former Pakistan skipper Mohammad Yousuf appointed batting coach at PCB's National High-Performance Centre
Joining Yousuf at the NHPC is former wicketkeeper Atiq-uz-Zaman and tear away fast bowler Mohammad Zahid.