‘Try not to focus on changes in PCB, pay your attention on cricket’: Ramiz Raja advises cricketers

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‘Try not to focus on changes in PCB, pay your attention on cricket’: Ramiz Raja   advises players.

During a meeting held between anticipated Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) director Ramiz Raja and the players at the National High-Performance Center in Lahore, Raja informed the players regarding his vision and guide.

Interval mentors Saqlain Mushtaq and Abdul Razzaq were additionally present in the gathering.

Ramiz Raja has been assigned by Patron PCB Imran Khan in the PCB BoG and he will be the following Chairman of the cricket board who will be chosen on September 13.

A meeting with the players was orchestrated in line with previous skipper Ramiz Raja. The players of the ODI crew for the series against New Zealand will accumulate in Islamabad.

“The group is being given an incredible cricketing climate. You can play cricket boldly. Present day cricket expects you to be forceful,” he added.

The chosen one added: “Overwhelm the game from the beginning. This is current cricket and you need to play appropriately.”

“You need to adjust to the new game and it is easy, we are generally here to direct all of you,” he said, adding that cricket trainers will prepare you appropriately, they will characterize the job of every player and “no pointless changes will be made, nobody’s job will be changed”.

The previous cricket added: “Congruity will be seen which is vital in the present cricket.”

He said that the crew for the World Cup has been chosen, presently we have time: “I have high expectations from a similar crew, every one of the players give their 100% in the World Cup, the impending series is significant, you are altogether gifted, you have a ton of potential.”

Revealing insight into the positioning of the Pakistan cricket crew, Raja said that the positioning of the Pakistan group can be far superior to this. “It must be improved by execution,” he kept up with.

In the wake of meeting the players, Raja likewise met the mentors independently and advised them exhaustively about his arrangements.