Rameez Raja increased the salary of the players as soon as he became the PCB President

Former Pakistan player Ramiz Raja has been made the new chairman of PCB. The work has started as soon as Raja takes over. First of all, he has ordered to increase the salary of the players. Due to this decision of Rameez Raja, the lower level players of Pakistan are going to benefit a lot.

The lowest level domestic players in Pakistan used to get a salary of 40 thousand rupees per month. In this, there has been a direct increase of one lakh rupees. Now his salary has become 1 lakh 40 thousand rupees per month. About 200 players are expected to benefit from this.

Apart from domestic players, the salaries of central contract players have also increased. One lakh rupees have also been increased in his salary. Along with increasing the remuneration, the king also advised the players to play the game freely.

Regarding the match with the Indian team, he told the Pakistan team that this time in the T20 World Cup, trying to turn the dice, try to defeat Team India. He said that players should put 100% effort in their performance. This increases the potential for performance improvement.

England v Pakistan - First Vitality International T20
England v Pakistan – First Vitality International T20

Pakistan’s team has to play in the limited over series against New Zealand before the T20 World Cup. The team has also been announced. However, captain Babar Azam had disagreed with the team selection. He also talked to Rameez Raja but to no avail. On this Rameez Raja had said that players should focus on the game.

Head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis resigned after the Pakistan team was announced. A temporary coach has been arranged in place of both. Former Australia player Matthew Hayden and former South African bowler Vernon Philander have been appointed as bowling coaches. These appointments have been made for the T20 World Cup.

Edited by Niranjan


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