Will not leave China until Australia is defeated in Australia: Rameez Raja

Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Rameez Raja has said that they will not leave China until they beat Australia in Australia.

Speaking at a press conference in Karachi, Rameez Raja said that he faced many challenges as soon as he took over the post. Put aside and talked about cricket.

Rameez Raja said that when the New Zealand team returned and England refused, they raised their voice in the Asian Council. Talking about Pakistani coaches, Rameez Raja said, “I have no final opinion on coaches. If we have long contracts with coaches, we get stuck. It will be much better if it is installed, it has not been decided yet to bring a foreign or domestic coach.

He further said that Pakistan has to improve the fielding, the job of the coaches is to create team environment and provide training but if the team is to go up then the leader has to be fearless.

Chairman PCB said that he gave confidence to the team, gave the captain the team of his choice before the World Cup, the beginning is good but there is still a lot of work to be done, next season the best teams of the world are coming to Pakistan, every international match We will put as much emphasis on PSL as we put on PSL.

He said that our school cricket is going very well, 100 best players will be announced, these children will be given a monthly stipend of Rs 30,000 along with training.

Rameez Raja said that they are importing clay and pitches from Australia, they will not leave China until they beat Australia in Australia.

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