I REQUEST the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board not to appoint former cricketers on any important administrative job.
Instead they should appoint highly-educated individuals with proper accountability.
I suggest appointing non-cricketers chief selector so the team might work under him with responsibility and accountability. This will help avoid blunders like selecting Mohammad Sami (having a bowling average of over 50) and Faisal Iqbal (who has been tried and tested many times) over deserving youngsters.
We saw former cricketers settling scores against their opponents without considering the image of the country. We as a nation have developed an insatiable appetite for controversies, and TV channels are fuelling it to an alarming proportion.
NOORUDDIN TEJANI Karachi