SLC Government to form ‘crisis panel’ to tackle cricket crisis in country

SLC Government to form 'crisis panel' to tackle cricket crisis in countryThe Sri Lanka Government is setting up a crisis panel to find out the whereabouts of crisis in Sri Lankan cricket. The former World title holders has been rapidly declining in performance in last several years.

Sports Minister of Sri Lanka Dayasiri Jayasekera told he will soon set up a four member panel comprising of senior officials to conduct the crisis management of the most important game of the country.

The panel would include former cricketers, selectors, coaches, international experts as well as provincial cricket organizers and media personalities.

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Cricket in Sri Lanka is a nation’s game with immense popularity but in recent years, the island nation seems losing all clues to make out with a better performance.

The retirement of great performers like Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Tillakaratne Dilshan formed the vacant spots in Sri Lankan team which is yet to be fulfilled.

Sri Lanka repeatedly lost Tests at home against India, Bangladesh and Pakistan since 2014.

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