A special meeting of the governing board will be held in Lahore tomorrow to elect a new chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Former captain Rameez Raja is likely to be elected unopposed as chairman. The newly elected chairman will speak to the media in the afternoon.
A special meeting of the PCB Governing Board will be held tomorrow at 11 am at the National High Performance Center in Lahore to elect a new chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Former captain Rameez Raja, nominated by the Patron PCB Prime Minister Imran Khan’s governing board, will be elected chairman. It is likely that his election will be uncontested, while the newly elected chairman will also speak to the media after the election process.
Rameez Raja, a member of the 1992 World Cup winning team, will be the fourth international cricketer to take over as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Earlier, Abdul Hafeez Kardar, Javed Burki and Ijaz Butt were the chairmen.
Rameez Raja, 59, has also served as the chief executive of the PCB. In his international career from 1984 to 1997, Rameez Raja played 57 Tests and 198 ODIs.
After his retirement, Rameez Raja made a name for himself in commentary and was declared the Voice of Pakistan. He was also included in the MCC World Cricket Committee.