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Babar Azam to be Fired From Central Contract Following T20 World Cup Debacle? Report Claims Big Action by PCB


Pakistan’s stunning defeat against the USA, followed by a painful loss against India, pushed them to the wall.

The Pakistan cricket team has experienced the biggest disgrace in the T20 World Cup, failing to advance to the second round for the first time. The team’s performance has not gone down well with Pakistanis back home, who are seeking stern action against the entire team, selectors, and a thorough reform of the cricket establishment under the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Their shocking failure against the United States, followed by an agonizing defeat against India, had pushed the Pakistani team to the brink.

Their remote chances of qualifying for the second round rested on the USA’s defeat of Ireland and the outcome of other games. Pakistan’s aspirations were dashed after the USA versus Ireland match was called off due to inclement weather, leaving them to endure a difficult journey home.

The fans are furious and saddened because their team was eliminated from the T20 World Cup.

“These players ought to all be taken out. A resident of Islamabad expressed his frustration with the team’s World Cup performance. “The players, the team selectors, the coaches… all of them should be thrown out of the team and a new system should be brought in as their replacement,” the citizen stated.

The squad has been completely destroyed by the captain, his lobby, and some players’ persistent favoritism. Every month, the PCB pays them all such large sums of money. These players purposefully reject and neglect the newcomers, who were benched despite their outstanding performances in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), and blackmail the board and selectors to maintain their preferred players on the team, he continued.

However, former players and pundits have also taken aim at the cricketers and the board for keeping up the practice of permitting lobbying inside the camp.

“Before even considering the possibility of joining the national team, all of these players ought to be returned to the domestic circuit and instructed to play there for at least two years.” It is finally enough; this “group of four” has destroyed the careers of worthy players who routinely put in a lot of effort on the domestic scene and are picked for the national team only to be restricted to the dressing rooms. Ahmed Shahzad, a former opening batsman, stated, “This has to stop.”

Cricket fans are furious about their team’s early elimination from the T20 World Cup. They blame the captain Babar Azam for not leading the team and not understanding the game, the players for their subpar performances, and the selectors for ignoring young players who were in the squad but saw their team eliminated before they played a single match.

In the upcoming days, PCB is anticipated to make significant decisions as it prepares for a comprehensive reorganization and performance evaluation of the team.Major surgery is needed for the squad, according to PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi, who also hinted at the likely cancelation of players’ core contracts, including those of captain Babar Azam and other senior players.



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