ACB Chairman: The selection of CEO is based on a competitive transparent Process

ACB Chairman Mr. Farhan Yusefzai conducted a virtual meeting with newly appointed CEO Rahmatullah Qureishi and other officials.

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ACB Chairman: The selection of CEO is based on a competitive transparent Process

Mr. Yusefzai congratulated Mr. Qureishi and said he was glad that the selection process for the selection of CEO was a fair and transparent one. 

He added, "For organizational success we need full coordination, renewed systems, defining clear goals and close process monitoring since these factors play a vital role in organizational development."

The ACB CEO reciprocated the trust put in him by Mr. Chairman and thanked the leadership for their trust. He remarked," I have started to prioritize important tasks which will be gradually implemented. I promise that ACB will achieve a lot in near future. "

He further added," All policies will be reviewed again, procedures implemented, decisions will be based on systematic planning and revenues will be recorded digitally, and finding the main sponsor is vital for that purpose. Therefore, creating a standard system is crucial which I hope I will do with the help of Mr. Chairman and other stakeholders."

In addition, Managers from various departments shared their reports with top management. 

The game development manager reported on a successful U16 tournament between ACB registered academies as well as the Level One Coaching Workshop for 40 academy coaches. 

The engineering department presented its report on the progress of grounds in Paktia, Logar, and Najib Tarakai Stadium in Nangarhar adding that the existing problems will be addressed soon. 

The domestic department presented its fixtures for the year 2021 and also the report on conducting a successful Ghazi Amanullah Khan List-A Tournament in Kandahar which resulted in a cost-saving of more than 3 million Afghanis for ACB. 

The Cricket Operations department presented its plan for the upcoming fixtures in 2021 as well as the upcoming training camp for 30 national players. They also presented their report on the foreign coaches associated with ACB. 

Women Cricket Department manager presented her report on the recent training camp for 40 female cricketers out of which 25 will be awarded central contracts very soon as per ACB regulations. 

The ACB Chairman concluded the meeting thanking everyone involved and encouraged them to strive for their best. He added that the two most important tasks ahead are the formation of the National women's team and the creation of a live-score app and database which will facilitate the player selection process.