According to the constitution adopted in 2019, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is failed to fulfil its legal obligation to pay the wages of coaches for the six cricket associations. Coaches have reportedly gone four months without salary, which is extremely concerning.
The domestic setup has changed since since Najam Sethi was named PCB chairman, but the coaches who were a part of the previous arrangement are struggling because they haven’t gotten their pay in a few months.
PCB representatives, however, have refuted this assertion and indicated that 87 out of the 150 coaches have already received their full pay. Nonetheless, the PCB is attempting to resolve unsolved payment difficulties for a few coaches.
28 coaches will receive their unpaid wages in full this week, according to sources within the PCB, and the 35 other coaches who work for associations will also be paid by the end of April.
The coaches may experience difficulties if their salary are paid later than expected because they depend on the money to get by. The PCB is required by law to make sure that all coaches receive their wages on time and without any delays.