PCB Chairman Najam Sethi on Thursday expressed his resolve to bring all matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) to Pakistan within the next few years.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of PSL’s third edition in Dubai, Sethi said that PSL was growing every year and would grow further in the upcoming years.
“We are having three matches in Pakistan this year. InshaAllah, very soon we will have the entire tournament being held in Pakistan with cities including Multan, Peshawar and Rawalpindi hosting games along with Lahore and Karachi,” he said.
Emphasising on protecting the brand of PSL, Sethi added, “This is not my PSL. This is not any individual’s PSL. It belongs to every Pakistani and every Pakistani should stay united to protect this league. We must not let it become a victim of politics.”
He also said that PSL had become a source to provide and nourish fresh talent for Pakistan cricket and people from all over the world had now joined PSL’s bouquet to make it even more successful.
“We have over 100 people from different countries including cricketers, umpires, officials and other stakeholders working to make PSL bigger and bigger every year,” he said.