Ramiz Raja Speaks About Allegations On Yasir Shah

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Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Ramiz Raja recently spoke about allegations on Yasir Shah and explained board’s stance on the matter.

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Ramiz Raja Explains PCB’s Stance On The Yasir Shah Controversy

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Talking about allegations (relating to sexual harassments and assistance in rape) on Yasir Shah, Ramiz while talking to media said that an investigation has begun to uncover the truth behind the controversy and that PCB has a “No tolerance policy” in such matters. More, the 59 year old also added that, “It is a no-brainer, Yasir is a circuit player, and while we train and educate these players they are in ambassadorial positions and should know with whom and where to socialize. I don’t know what is the truth in this case but it is a fact that such headlines are not good for Pakistan cricket and especially at a time when there is a feel-good factor going through Pakistan cricket now.”

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No Decision On The Appointment Of A Coach

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On The decision to appoint a permanent coach Ramiz said that there was no final decision. However, he also said that, “We would be trapped if we roped in coaches for long-term contracts. We need specialists, not coaches.”