PCB chairman believes that India has damaged Asian block’s past status
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani wants to revive Asian Cricket Council (ACC) as he believes that India has damaged its past status.
According to the Daily Express, Mani firmly believes that the Asian block would have been in a stronger position if India had led the council in a better manner in the past.
It was further reported that he not only wants to revive the ACC, but also wants Pakistan to host the annual meeting next month. Mani wants to use this meeting to brief other Asian board members about the improved law and order situation in the county.
During the upcoming meeting in Dubai on September 20, he will meet the officials from various board members including Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, however, future tours will not be in his agenda, the source added.
Mani is keen on improving his relationship with other ACC members as this will be his first foreign tour after getting elected as PCB chairman.
Representatives from other boards at the meeting will include, Vice President K H Imran and executive members Amitabh Choudhary, Nazmul Hassan, Ravi Sehgal, Pankaj Khimji, Xiu Zhentao, Rahul Johri, Subhan Ahmad, Ashley De Silva, Nizam Uddin Chowdhury and Thusith Perera.