Islamabad, Nov. 1 (ANI): Former Pakistani cricketer Mushtaq Mohammad has expressed his satisfaction at the efforts of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to organize a high profile series against India and also cast a critical eye at factors which would result in success for the PCB's T20 league initiative.
In an interview with PakPassion.net, Mohammad said that with all eyes of the cricketing world now focused firmly at Pakistan's first foray into the T20 format Premier League tournament, the PCB should organize the competition in the most professional manner possible and leave no room for mistakes.
"I would warn the PCB about the fate of the other tournaments which have tried to copy the IPL model but essentially failed to pay the players on time or at all in some cases. The PCB has to learn from the mistakes of others so that they themselves don't make that error," he said.
"PCB has to stage this tournament in the most professional manner, otherwise there is no point doing this! This is absolutely important as the eyes of the world will be on Pakistan. The PCB must guarantee the security of the players and venues," he added. (ANI)