KARACHI: Former test cricketer Rashid Latif has excused himself from taking responsibilities as chief selector Pakistan Cricket team, ARY News reported Wednesday.
Latif has some reservations over authorities in selection matters. Sources said Latif had categorically denied to work under anyone’s authority. However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has called him for a meeting in Lahore next week to discuss the matter.
The ex-cricketer said he would consider joining the responsibilities once he had a meeting with PCB chief Najam Sethi.
The PCB had appointed Latif as chief selector Pakistan team a month ago, replacing Azhar Khan.
Meanwhile, Rashid Latif has also consented to work for Afghan Cricket team as wicket-keeping coach.