Former ICC president Ehsan Mani criticized for interfering in Pak cricket affairs

Karachi, Apr.19 (ANI): An anonymous former Pakistan cricketer has alleged that former International Cricket Council (ICC) president Ehsan Mani is issuing statements and interfering in the country's cricket affairs, only to be a spot for news.

The allegations come after Mani's criticism of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)'s decisions as 'embarrassment and mismanagement', the Mirror reports.

The former batsman has also questioned Mani's credentials by saying that he became the ICC chief due to his connections in Pakistan cricket, adding that his bad governance of the world body still raises problems for cricketers and the authority board alike.

According to the report, Mani allegedly does not know facts about Pakistan cricket and has not contributed in any way to the benefit of the country's cricket.

Stating that Mani moved the ICC office from London to Dubai only to join Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), the cricketer has opined that Mani is interfering in PCB's affairs to avenge his failure in becoming PCB chief. (ANI)

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