Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Former Pakistan Cricketer Salim Altaf removed from COO

The 65-year-old former Pakistan cricketer Salim Altaf has been sacked from his position as COO. Wasim Bari has been selected for this post as a temporary basis. He has received the latter from PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt. This decision has taken by a group of members of PCB governing body. Wasim Bari worked as the director of human resource.

Salim Altaf played 21 Test matches and six one-day internationals for his team Pakistan. In last three months, PCB lost three former players. Other two members are Abdul Qadir and Aamir Sohail.

Yes, it is true that Salim Altaf became aged. He may unable to carry his job. However, PCB should find someone for his replacement. Who will be the next COO of Pakistan cricket board?

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