KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani has said that he hasn’t made any decision regarding Sarfraz Ahmed’s future as captain ahead of the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 in England. Talking to media here, the PCB chairman said that he would take into account cricket committee’s suggestion in this regard. “We haven’t made any decision regarding Sarfraz’s future as a captain in World Cup 2019. However, we will review all the suggestions made by the cricket committee in this regard,” said Mani – who was the chief guest of Quaid-e-Azam One-day Cup final. Mani also dismissed rumours to hand over the Test captaincy to Azhar Ali by saying: “Azhar’s decision to retire from the limited overs was totally his personal decision and this impression is wrong that he made this decision to get Test captaincy.” The Champions Trophy winning squad member, Azhar Ali, on November 1 announced his retirement from One-day Internationals and T20Is citing career progression in Test cricket. Meanwhile, commenting on Malik Mohammad Qayyum report he said the talks on the report were out of context as it did not bar Wasim Akram from working as PCB official. “Unfortunately, the discussions on the report were out of context. It never barred Wasim Akram from bearing any office or post,” he said. Mani also told that they were making a policy of holding dual posts. “We are making a policy for dual posts. Contracts that were signed by our coaches and officials cannot be overturned or finished overnight,” he said. Published in Daily Times, November 6th 2018.