Lahore, Sep 30 (Cricket Galiyara) The Board of Governors of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday unanimously accepted the resignation of Wasim Khan as CEO through a video conference. Khan’s departure as CEO, with four months left in his three-year contract, is seen as a major development in Pakistan cricket after former cricketer Ramiz Raja was formally appointed as the PCB chairman. Is. Earlier this month, men’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis stepped down from their respective positions. Both Misbah and Waqar had one year left in their contracts starting September 2019. Also Read: IPL 2021, SRH vs RR: Abhishek Sharma Reveals What Captain Kane Williamson Told Him During Chase Against Royals
The 50-year-old Khan, who previously served as CEO of Leicestershire County Cricket Club, added, “With a five-year strategy, new domestic structure in its third season and investment in women’s cricket in an upward direction, I think I hope this is the right time to move on and reconnect with my young family. They have made a lot of sacrifices so that I can fulfill my dream of contributing to Pakistan cricket, which will always be very close to my heart. Khan 58 He was also the first British-born Muslim to play county cricket, representing Warwickshire, Sussex and Derbyshire in FC and 30 List A matches.