Imran Khan can save Pakistan cricket Rameez CricInfo
Rameez Raja believes Imran Khan is the right man to rescue Pakistan cricket from its current crisis and hoped the cricketer-turned-politician would consider heading the PCB which is yet to appoint its chairman after Dr Nasim Ashraf quit last month.
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