ISLAMABAD (AP) -- The restored chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board says he will review the decisions of the previous setup, including the appointment of the chief selector.
Zaka Ashraf Ashraf took charge Monday after the Islamabad High Court issued a 28-page judgment that annulled the government's decision to remove Ashraf for the second time this year and formed a management committee with Najam Sethi as PCB head.
Sethi had appointed Moin Khan as chief selector and manager, Waqar Younis as head coach, Mushtaq Ahmed as spin bowling consultant and Grant Flower as batting coach.
Younis and Ahmed were fined in 1999 by Justice Malik Mohammad Qayyum for not cooperating with a match-fixing inquiry.
Ashraf says "those players who were convicted ... is a serious concern" and their appointments will be reviewed.