Ramiz while alluding to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) boss selector Inzamam-ul-Haq who surrendered on Wednesday, said he did a few things right while some wound up wrong for Pakistan cricket.
“Our top of the line, under-19 and club cricket have felled in this way another framework is required to carry the ability to fore,” he said on his YouTube channel.
He said no cricket is being played in schools in light of the fact that instructive foundations are presently being built up in houses which need grounds in their premises making it hard to play.
“How might we get players through this framework,” he said.
Rameez said we were just getting ability through Pakistan Super League (PSL) yet the selectors were picking players for all configurations tests, one day and twenty-20s from Psl.
Rameez, nonetheless, said Inzamam got some youthful gifted players the standard including Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, Imam-ul-Haq and Imad Wasim.
“Be that as it may, after consideration of his nephew Imam into the squad Inzamam needed to experience discussion,” he said.
“The methodology in the determination of the squad was of the 80s and 90s which has no spot in the present current cricket,” he said.
He included that England made an imposing group which played the World Cup boldly.
“We need to change the attitude of the game and should concentrate on getting new administration and heads in top of the line cricket,” he said including that new individual are required for the activity.