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Wasim Khan appointed Managing Director of Pakistan Cricket Board

Wasim Khan, Leicestershire County Cricket Club’s CEO, is set to leave the area circuit to take up another job – that of Managing Director of the Pakistan Cricket Board. In a media discharge on Thursday (December 6), the PCB affirmed the arrangement and expressed that the 47-year-old, who has spoken to Warwickshire, Sussex and Derbyshire in five star cricket, is relied upon to start his stretch with Pakistan cricket around early February 2019.

“Wasim carries with him crisp thoughts and information of cricket, and he will get the help of the Board and the administration of PCB. We have begun the way toward patching up the PCB and under Wasim, we currently have an accomplished pioneer of the supervisory crew who will direct the usage of the Board choices. His first errand is regulate the changes of residential cricket structure,” he included.

Khan, who was awarded MBE in 2013, was appointed the chairman of the ECB’s working party that worked towards the restructuring of England’s domestic cricket. Apart from serving as Leicestershire’s chief executive, he had also been picked by Lord Mervyn King, the former Governor of the Bank of England, in 2005 to head a GBP 50 million community development project that operated in 11,000 state schools and engaged 2.5 million children across England and Wales.
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