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  1. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja gives Men in Green a pat on the back for reaching Asia Cup 2022 finale, says it was "a big effort"
  2. Raja reveals during press conference that Khan cut off contact with him soon after he was removed from premiership
  3. Former provincial sports minister Rana Mashood asks Ramiz Raja to gracefully step down from PCB chairman's post
  4. During Bangladesh tour, PCB chairman had asked captain Babar Azam to show him pitch on a video call, claims Salman Butt
  5. Sources close to Ramiz claim PM Shehbaz has asked him to continue despite reports that he has been told to step down
  6. PM Shehbaz Sharif likely to nominate former PCB chief Najam Sethi and Shakil Sheikh for post, sources say
  7. According to sources, Ramiz Raja is waiting for a message from new govt and will continue to hold position till then
  8. Ramiz Raja has reportedly decided to step down and will resign once Shehbaz Sharif takes oath as 23rd PM of Pakistan
  9. Sources say idea of four-nation cricket series garnered positive response in ICC Board's meeting held on Sunday
  10. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Ramiz Raja had proposed a four-nation tournament featuring India, Pakistan, England and Australia but the International Cricket Council (ICC), in its board meeting in Dubai on Sunday (April 10), rejected it unanimously. The proposal was PCB's way of making up for an embarrassing 2021, where teams like England and New Zealand cancelled their respective tours of Pakistan. The proposed quadrangular tournament, as per PCB's estimates, would have fetched around 650 million dollars for all the four members and the international cricket body. Ramiz Raja tried to convince the board members but they decided to focus on bilateral commitment over a four-nation tournament. #ICYMI: PCB chairman Ramiz Raja's concept of a four-nation tournament has been turned down by the ICC due to a packed FTP.@vijaymirror's report https://t.co/twyxqHCDxW — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) April 11, 2022 "He (Raja) spoke about at length but the majority felt it is important for boards to focus more on bilateral commitment. The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) members felt that going ahead they will only have the Asia Cup as a multi-team event in Asia and did not back the four-nation tournament,” a member, who attended the ICC meet was quoted as saying by the Indian Express. After the proposal was rejected by the ICC board members, fans came in numbers to troll the PCB chief on social media. Here are some of the reactions on Twitter after the four-nation tournament proposal was played down by the ICC. Ramiz Raza tried to make money and failed — AMIT (@Amit_g777) April 10, 2022 pic.twitter.com/ymbepIMnWi — VISHAL (@vishal37761809) April 10, 2022 https://t.co/shc3Nj8mPM pic.twitter.com/ZnTjv0Vf2U — କଳିଙ୍ଗୱିକିଜ୍ଞାନ/kalingawickygyan (@Wick_gyan) April 10, 2022 Bisti karwa k hunn aaram ayy?? https://t.co/yGFwyyj5Ry — Aimen (@AimenJavaid8) April 10, 2022 Goa ke plan bhi aise hi reject hote the https://t.co/wPRuDegt2V — The Friendly Neighborhood Expert (@madaddie24) April 10, 2022 https://t.co/gMVMksiF0x pic.twitter.com/FwrGrD1abt — Supriya (@Supriya_pro) April 10, 2022 Rambo ki bhi izzat hogayi ab https://t.co/fRon1KXMQz — Arslan (@blatantlyvague) April 10, 2022 Ramiz Raja was keen to get a nod for this tournament ever since he took charge of Pakistan Cricket but with the current fixtures and various franchise leagues being organised in the calendar year, it was impossible for the ICC to find a window for such an event. The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan was hosted by the former in 2012-13 and the two nations have not played a single bilateral game in the past eight years. The only cricket between the two countries fans get to see is during ICC events. Ramiz Raja (PCB Chairman) "I will talk to Sourav Ganguly about 4 nation tournament including India, Pakistan, England & Australia in next Asian Cricket Council meeting. While Australia & England are ready to host and play this series away." (CC: Times of India) #PAKvIND #Cricket pic.twitter.com/2PUbUOmlAf — Ahmad Haseeb (@iamAhmadhaseeb) March 15, 2022 PCB was looking at the proposal to revive itself financially but with ICC turning down the project, the former Pakistan batter would need to figure out other means to keep themselves afloat financially. View the full article
  11. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Ramiz Raja had proposed a four-nation tournament featuring India, Pakistan, England and Australia but the International Cricket Council (ICC), in its board meeting in Dubai on Sunday (April 10), rejected it unanimously. The proposal was PCB's way of making up for an embarrassing 2021, where teams like England and New Zealand cancelled their respective tours of Pakistan. The proposed quadrangular tournament, as per PCB's estimates, would have fetched around 650 million dollars for all the four members and the international cricket body. Ramiz Raja tried to convince the board members but they decided to focus on bilateral commitment over a four-nation tournament. #ICYMI: PCB chairman Ramiz Raja's concept of a four-nation tournament has been turned down by the ICC due to a packed FTP.@vijaymirror's report https://t.co/twyxqHCDxW — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) April 11, 2022 "He (Raja) spoke about at length but the majority felt it is important for boards to focus more on bilateral commitment. The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) members felt that going ahead they will only have the Asia Cup as a multi-team event in Asia and did not back the four-nation tournament,” a member, who attended the ICC meet was quoted as saying by the Indian Express. After the proposal was rejected by the ICC board members, fans came in numbers to troll the PCB chief on social media. Here are some of the reactions on Twitter after the four-nation tournament proposal was played down by the ICC. Ramiz Raza tried to make money and failed — AMIT (@Amit_g777) April 10, 2022 pic.twitter.com/ymbepIMnWi — VISHAL (@vishal37761809) April 10, 2022 https://t.co/shc3Nj8mPM pic.twitter.com/ZnTjv0Vf2U — କଳିଙ୍ଗୱିକିଜ୍ଞାନ/kalingawickygyan (@Wick_gyan) April 10, 2022 Bisti karwa k hunn aaram ayy?? https://t.co/yGFwyyj5Ry — Aimen (@AimenJavaid8) April 10, 2022 Goa ke plan bhi aise hi reject hote the https://t.co/wPRuDegt2V — The Friendly Neighborhood Expert (@madaddie24) April 10, 2022 https://t.co/gMVMksiF0x pic.twitter.com/FwrGrD1abt — Supriya (@Supriya_pro) April 10, 2022 Rambo ki bhi izzat hogayi ab https://t.co/fRon1KXMQz — Arslan (@blatantlyvague) April 10, 2022 Ramiz Raja was keen to get a nod for this tournament ever since he took charge of Pakistan Cricket but with the current fixtures and various franchise leagues being organised in the calendar year, it was impossible for the ICC to find a window for such an event. The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan was hosted by the former in 2012-13 and the two nations have not played a single bilateral game in the past eight years. The only cricket between the two countries fans get to see is during ICC events. Ramiz Raja (PCB Chairman) "I will talk to Sourav Ganguly about 4 nation tournament including India, Pakistan, England & Australia in next Asian Cricket Council meeting. While Australia & England are ready to host and play this series away." (CC: Times of India) #PAKvIND #Cricket pic.twitter.com/2PUbUOmlAf — Ahmad Haseeb (@iamAhmadhaseeb) March 15, 2022 PCB was looking at the proposal to revive itself financially but with ICC turning down the project, the former Pakistan batter would need to figure out other means to keep themselves afloat financially. View the full article
  12. Pakistan and India haven't played bilateral cricket in almost a decade due to political tensions between the two countries, but the BCCI have finally spoken out after Ramiz Raja proposed a four-nation series. Exclusive: Ramiz Raja explains his proposals for a new annual quadrangular T20I tournament involving Pakistan, India, England and Australia @kalson — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 12, 2022 According to recent events, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have taken a neutral stance on the multi-nation tournament proposed to the International Cricket Council by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja. Raja wants the two adjacent teams to encounter more frequently outside of Asia Cup and ICC games, given the tremendous demand and massive popularity of Indo-Pak battles. As a result, he has been batting for India, Pakistan, England, and Australia in a four-nation tournament. At the International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executives Committee (CEC) meeting in Dubai on Friday, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) CEO Tom Harrison also suggested a similar competition (April 8). However, his perspective of the competition differs from Ramiz's. Ramiz Raja Has Said He Will Talk To Sourav Ganguly In A Bid To Propose A Four-nation Tournament, During The Asian Cricket Council Meeting In Dubai.#CricketTwitter #indvspak #IndianCricketTeam #PCB #BCCI #ViratKohli #MSDhoni #RohitSharma #RamizRaja #BabarAzam pic.twitter.com/SuIkoSFUV8 — Crickwik (@crickwik) March 15, 2022 Meanwhile, according to Cricbuzz, the BCCI did not resist the concept and remained neutral on the subject. It should be mentioned that due to political tensions between the two countries, Pakistan and India haven't played bilateral cricket in almost a decade. While Raja appears to be committed to improving bilateral cricket relations, the BCCI's approach is one to be wary of. Members of the Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA) were among the dissenters, believing that too many multi-team competitions could diminish the appeal of other ICC events such as the World Cup and the Champions Trophy. He may be booted out before that https://t.co/dUr45D9f6S — YouMadeMeTurnLeft#FullyVaccinated (@shibinvj007) April 2, 2022 It's worth noting that, with the exception of 2018 and 2020, an ICC tournament has been held every year since 2009. The T20 World Cup will be held later this year, while the ODI World Cup will be held next year, indicating that this tendency will continue. As a result, it is unclear whether the multi-team competition will receive ICC support. Having said that, a couple of weeks ago, the PCB had estimated that the quadrangular T20I event could generate up to USD 650 million in income for the four countries and a fair chunk of this amount will go to the ICC. Considering the fact that such a tournament would add a lot of financial value to global cricket and will be able to make the ICC explore more options for popularising cricket all over the world, there are still some chances that the globally governing body will give their consent. View the full article
  13. Pakistan and India haven't played bilateral cricket in almost a decade due to political tensions between the two countries, but the BCCI have finally spoken out after Ramiz Raja proposed a four-nation series. Exclusive: Ramiz Raja explains his proposals for a new annual quadrangular T20I tournament involving Pakistan, India, England and Australia @kalson — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 12, 2022 According to recent events, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have taken a neutral stance on the multi-nation tournament proposed to the International Cricket Council by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja. Raja wants the two adjacent teams to encounter more frequently outside of Asia Cup and ICC games, given the tremendous demand and massive popularity of Indo-Pak battles. As a result, he has been batting for India, Pakistan, England, and Australia in a four-nation tournament. At the International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executives Committee (CEC) meeting in Dubai on Friday, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) CEO Tom Harrison also suggested a similar competition (April 8). However, his perspective of the competition differs from Ramiz's. Ramiz Raja Has Said He Will Talk To Sourav Ganguly In A Bid To Propose A Four-nation Tournament, During The Asian Cricket Council Meeting In Dubai.#CricketTwitter #indvspak #IndianCricketTeam #PCB #BCCI #ViratKohli #MSDhoni #RohitSharma #RamizRaja #BabarAzam pic.twitter.com/SuIkoSFUV8 — Crickwik (@crickwik) March 15, 2022 Meanwhile, according to Cricbuzz, the BCCI did not resist the concept and remained neutral on the subject. It should be mentioned that due to political tensions between the two countries, Pakistan and India haven't played bilateral cricket in almost a decade. While Raja appears to be committed to improving bilateral cricket relations, the BCCI's approach is one to be wary of. Members of the Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA) were among the dissenters, believing that too many multi-team competitions could diminish the appeal of other ICC events such as the World Cup and the Champions Trophy. He may be booted out before that https://t.co/dUr45D9f6S — YouMadeMeTurnLeft#FullyVaccinated (@shibinvj007) April 2, 2022 It's worth noting that, with the exception of 2018 and 2020, an ICC tournament has been held every year since 2009. The T20 World Cup will be held later this year, while the ODI World Cup will be held next year, indicating that this tendency will continue. As a result, it is unclear whether the multi-team competition will receive ICC support. Having said that, a couple of weeks ago, the PCB had estimated that the quadrangular T20I event could generate up to USD 650 million in income for the four countries and a fair chunk of this amount will go to the ICC. Considering the fact that such a tournament would add a lot of financial value to global cricket and will be able to make the ICC explore more options for popularising cricket all over the world, there are still some chances that the globally governing body will give their consent. View the full article
  14. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja expected to advocate proposed annual Quadrangular Series in ICC Board's meeting in Dubai
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