The Board of Governors of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday “unanimously accepted” the resignation of chief executive Wasim Khan, the local media reported.
Khan had joined PCB on a three year contract in February last year. The resignation tendered by him on Wednesday has been accepted by PCB’s Board of Governors.
In his statement following his resignation, Khan said it was an honour to serve the PCB, adding that “it was hugely satisfying to see Sri Lanka playing Tests in Rawalpindi and Karachi, and the homecoming of the PSL during the last two years,” the dawn reported.
Khan, who has done his Master’s in Business Administration from Warwick Business School has been a professional cricketer. He has played county cricket in England from 1995 to 2001, during which he represented Warwickshire, Sussex and Derbyshire.
He also played in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. In a 58-match first-class career, Wasim scored 2,835 runs with five centuries and 17 half-centuries, with the highest score of 181.