According to the constitution adopted in 2019, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has yet to carry out its legal obligation to pay the salaries of coaches for the six cricket associations. There are serious concerns after hearing that coaches haven’t been paid in four months.
Although Najam Sethi’s appointment as PCB chairman has resulted in changes to the domestic system, the coaches who were a part of the previous system are still having difficulties because they have not received their salaries for several months.
87 out of the 150 coaches have reportedly already received their entire pay, according to PCB authorities, who have refuted this assertion. But, the PCB is attempting to rectify payment concerns that a few coaches are still having.
The 28 coaches who still owe money will receive it in full this week, according to sources within the PCB, while the 35 coaches who work for the associations will get paid by the end of April.
For the coaches, who depend on their income to make ends meet, the delayed payment of their wages might be troublesome. The PCB should make sure that all coaches receive their salaries on time and without any delays, as required by law.