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Differences between former Pakistan captain Inzamam ul Haq and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) may lead to Inzamam stepping down from his role as chief selector. The source of the conflict is reportedly the appointment of Shahid Anwar as the head coach of the U19 men’s team.

Inzamam had advocated for former Pakistan batter Mohammad Yousaf to be given the position instead. These differences are not isolated, as Inzamam and the PCB have had disagreements in the past.

Inzamam recently signed a contract with the PCB, worth Rs2.5 million per month. However, the PCB has refuted these claims, with a spokesperson stating that Inzamam was actively involved in the selection of the U19 men’s team and the women’s A team. Nevertheless, this recent episode has highlighted tensions within the cricket administration.

In addition to this development, it’s worth noting that last month, former captain Mohammad Hafeez announced his resignation from the PCB Technical Committee, despite serving for just under two months as an honorary member. Hafeez expressed gratitude to PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf and extended his best wishes to Pakistan cricket before stepping down from his role in the committee.

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