Wicketkeeper has also been named the chairman of PCB’s five-member junior selection committee
Former cricketers Kamran Akmal, Muhammad Sami and Yasir Hameed have been included in Pakistan men’s national selection committee, which is headed by Haroon Rasheed.
Wicketkeeper-batsman has also been named the chairman of PCB’s five-member junior selection committee. The committee also comprises of former cricketers like Tauseef Ahmed, Arshad Khan, Shahid Nazir and Shoaib Khan.
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Najam Sethi, chair of the PCB Management Committee, said: “These selection committees comprise individuals who have served Pakistan cricket for decades and understand the demands of the modern game. I am sure that their selections will be based on merit and help us attain the mission of taking Pakistan cricket to newer heights.”
Rasheed, in a recent interview with Cricket Pakistan, said, "I hope there will be representation from all regions in selection panel and PCB will choose selectors who can help us with modern-day cricket.”
Lahore-born Akmal played 268 international matches, while Karachi-born Sami represented Pakistan in 136 matches. Hameed, who hails from Peshawar, appeared in 81 international matches for Pakistan.