PCB Chairman & CEO Get Particular Permission to Journey to UK


The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted permission to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, Ehsan Mani, and CEO, Wasim Khan, to go to the UK. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 state of affairs, journey to the UK requires particular permission and necessary COVID-19 checks.


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Ehsan Mani and Wasim Khan had requested particular permission to journey to the UK to attend an official assembly. The authorities have granted permission. Nevertheless, Mani and Khan should undertake COVID-19 checks earlier than leaving the nation and flying again.

Based on CAA officers, Mani and Khan will go to the UK by way of Emirates Airways and depart from Lahore on January 2 and arrive again in Pakistan on January 8.


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The agenda of the assembly remains to be unclear. Nevertheless, in accordance with reviews, they may meet with officers of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in London.

Pakistan cricket crew will journey to England in July for a three-match ODI and three-match T20I collection. England will return the favor by touring Pakistan in October 2021 for a two-match T20I collection. This might be England’s first tour to Pakistan in over 16 years.



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