The 58-year-old believed that Babar could only become a leader by engaging with youngsters
Pakistan’s former cricketer-turned-commentator Ramiz Raja, during a recent interview posted on Youtube, revealed three things that skipper Babar Azam must do in order to become a good leader for the Men in Green.
The 58-year-old believed that Babar could only become a leader by engaging with youngsters.
“Babar Azam needs to become a leader and he can only become a leader when engages with the youngsters. He will only become a leader when he takes actions in accordance with long-term planning. We take one step forward and play two new players but also play four older players,” Raja said.
“He needs to understand that if he wants to become a good leader, he must, one, learn to take chances. Two, improve the selection, and three, observe how the modern leadership functions,” he added.
The former cricketer claimed that there was a lot of confusion because the roles were not clearly defined.
“There is a lot of confusion because the roles are not defined. When you lose, there is a lot of chopping in the dressing room. We need to control the mood swings and everyone needs to understand the direction, especially Babar Azam,” he concluded.