Former wicket-keeper, Rashid Latif takes jibe at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after news of the removal of Shadab Khan as vice-captain of the national team surfaced.
While speaking to the media, former cricketer said that he does not understand who brings these setups to the board that mentally tortures national players, and it has been going on for years and even now.
While taking jibe at PCB the current management, Rashid said that they want to silence the all-rounder (read Shadab Khan) and make him leave cricket, as he is the one who is trying to speak.
“They try to make him a psycho. Why do 90 percent of Pakistan players become psycho after leaving cricket? They become psycho because of the Pakistan Cricket Board,” Latif said.
Last week, the wicket-keeper batter said that he did not understand the idea of resting five senior players for the series, asking the selection committee, “Did we go there to lose?
Rashid said that PCB is being run by elderly individuals who have little understanding of the modern game and are making decisions that could harm the future of Pakistani cricket.
Remember that after losing the Afghanistan T20I series , PCB is considering to remove Shadab as vice Captain and likely to appoint Usama Mir as Vice Captain.
It was reported that Imad Wasim, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shan Masood are strong candidates to replace Shadab Khan as the vice-captain of the national team for the T20I format.