Sethi says Hafeez's fate as Pak T20 captain 'best left to selectors'

Islamabad, Dec 16 : Acting Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Najam Sethi, reiterated on Sunday that the fate of Mohammad Hafeez's captaincy for the ICC World Twenty20 was solely in the hands of the national selectors.

According to the Dawn, Sethi also said that people were not happy with Hafeez's captaincy but he cannot make a change without the selector's advice.

Pakistan needs to groom captains for a long-term basis by looking at players' leadership qualities, Sethi added.

Former Pakistan captain and member Interim Management Committee (IMC) Zaheer Abbas and senior selector Salim Jaffer were also present at the news conference, the report said.

Hafeez role as captain has come under the scanner after a string of poor performances, highlighted by the allrounder own form with the bat, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 16-12-2013)

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