Pakistan Super League To Be Held As Planned Despite All PCB Reshuffling

Pakistan Super League
LAHORE – Although major changes are expected in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after change of the command, Pakistan fans should remain happy about the mega Pakistan Super League. 

According to sources in the board, Zaka Ashraf, who is reinstated by a local court, is also interested in holding the league and there is no chance it would be declared null and void like other decisions of Najam Sethi.

The league is likely to be held in December this year of in early weeks of January next year at United Arab Emirates.

The decision to hold it outside the country is because most of foreign players are reluctant of playing in the country, where Sri Lankan team was attacked in 2009.

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Afrah Kamran

Graduate in Media Sciences, Afrah Kamran is PakistanTribe's Correspondent in the United States. She writes on current affairs and latest happenings across U.S., especially from New York and Washington. She was part of PakistanTribe's editorial desk before leaving for United States.

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