The Federation of International Cricketers Association (FICA) is waiting for a reaction from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on details of proposed security game plans for the World XI visit one month from now.
As indicated by media reports, FICA stays wary and needs to know additionally subtle elements of the security game plans before making the last call about the possibility of the visit.
Official director of FICA, Tony Irish, was cited as saying that the players’ illustrative body is in correspondence with the PCB in regards to the World XI arrangement and needs to see the security anticipate the proposed matches.
PCB gets back to players from CPL, region cricket assignments.
He said FICA’s security specialists have just been to Pakistan to get advised on the security anticipates the visit.
The PCB, in the meantime, stays idealistic that it is ready to persuade FICA on the security courses of action. An authority of the board said a point by point provide details regarding the security designs would be imparted to the FICA soon.
A group of universal cricket stars is booked to visit Pakistan for three T20 coordinates in September. The dates for the proposed apparatuses are yet to be concluded.