What’s happening with the PCB?

@sivanj (1263)
January 29, 2009 6:49am CST
Its very dynamic around there. The captain gets changed. The director resigns. Only recently the coach was changed. I sometimes feel that PCB makes this statement true – “Everything is bound to change, except the word change”. What are your opinions on this?
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• India
1 Feb 09
PCB is always in the news for the bad reasons every one quarrels with each other as cricketers will lack the team spirits as they will have many differences between player to player and the same thing happens with the cricket board officials recently javed miandad also resigned as the director because of less salary as all these suggest that it takes lot of time for them to sort out their differences as no one is interested in making it better
@subhakars (932)
• India
31 Jan 09
PCB has always been like that only. the fact that the govt there is not strong is showing on cricket also. more over they are not playing enough games so the pressure is there that they have to win every thing that they play. if they lose then they want to make some one responsible. the way they are going i dont think they will have anyone left to lead the team
@ashar123 (2357)
• India
31 Jan 09
PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) is nowadays going through dirty politics. Some of the higher officials are trying to save their skins and don't want to be mentioned about the recent corruption they committed. The NEWS coming from PCB is really strange. PCB must think about cricket not getting into politics. Pakistan cricket team hasn't played value cricket last year. This year only one tour of Sri Lanka to Pakistan so far but thats not enough to prepare for the coming World Cup.
• India
30 Jan 09
The statement may be true. But it is not healthy for the PCB. If everyone changes in a short period of time, there won't be a proper action. I think these kind of changes let the team to lose against Sri Lanka. Now Asif has been banned in IPL for one year.