PCB banned contracted coaches from running YouTube channels

PCB banned contracted coaches from running YouTube channels

Former Pakistani cricketers’ YouTube channel has become more active in recent times. Where they express their views on various issues. PCB has also been read by commenting on controversial issues from time to time. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has banned contracted coaches from running YouTube channels.

The PCB is increasing the involvement of former cricketers of the country on the board very well. Former national team and first-class cricket veterans have also been appointed in various roles. Former cricketers have been appointed as coaches, umpires and match referees.

Meanwhile, a few days ago, Saqlain Mushtaq, the head of International Player Development, released a statement on his YouTube channel. Following the release of the video of the former star spinner, the board formulated certain policies. Where contracted coaches are banned from running YouTube channels.

A source in the PCB told Pakistani media outlet ARY that the High-Performance Center (HPC) and provincial coaches would have to follow the policy. Even if you want to give a personal interview, you have to get the permission of the board.

Former cricketers Mohammad Yusuf, Atiq Uz Zaman and Mohammad Zahid were recently appointed as coaches for the Lahore High-Performance Center. Apart from this, the PCB has included Abdul Razzak, Basit Ali, Faisal Iqbal, Wasim and Shahid Anwar in the provincial coaching panel.