Nadeem Umar, owner of PSL franchise Quetta Gladiators, has demanded that a separate board be formed for the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Regional Cricket Association President Nadeem Umar came to watch the final of the Inter-Department Cricket League, during which he awarded the captain of the winning team, Umar Associate, with a trophy and cash prize of Rs 200,000.

Talking about PSL, Nadeem Umar said, “The chairman and setup of the Pakistan Super League should be completely different, their working method should also be different, and how the rights of the matches work and sell. It must be different”.

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He continued: “We sleep for 11 months of the year, there is no activity plan, and the setup of the exercise of the separate boards of other leagues like the Indian Premier League (IPL) and many other leagues has been going on for a long time.”

Nadeem Umar emphasized that PSL is the most powerful brand in the country. “But we have to fight with the board for some improvement. Not representing Karachi and Lahore in the PCB Governing Board is unfair, who will be the chairman, and what will be the role of the game, the input of big cities is necessary for these challenges”.