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I don’t think anything prepared me for the hostility I was going to face says PCB CEO Wasim Khan

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While talking about his experience in Pakistan, PCB CEO Wasim khan told NY Times “I don’t think anything prepared me for the hostility I was going to face says”.

An article on a detailed interview of Wasim Khan published in the New York Times today. The article mainly talks about Wasim’s stay in Pakistan.

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Wasim Khan played for Pakistan U-19 and later moved to England. In England, he played county cricket for many years, before working for ECB.

Pakistan was looking to transform its domestic structure offered him the job in 2018, to which he said yes and came to Pakistan.

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Wasim Khan told NY Times that the big reason to accept the job was to coming back to his own country and people.

“Part of the appeal of going back to Pakistan was being with your own people, the whole understanding of the place, the feeling when you get up in the morning and you hear the call to prayer,” Wasim told NY Times.

Now Wasim thinks that he’s not as loved as he loves Pakistan Cricket. He thinks he’s unnecessarily targeted by former Pakistani Cricket stars. Labels like “Import” and “Outsider” are common for him.

“I don’t think anything prepared me for the hostility I was going to face, They’ve put me on the back foot right from the word go,” Wasim Khan Told NY Times

Yahya Hussaini a famous Pakistani Journalist criticized Wasim Khan for the interview, He Tweeted:

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