5 improvements Pakistan Super League 2019 could useSport
Last year's Pakistan Super League was supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
The T20 league gave the nation an advanced antidote for all the craziness that later followed in what was an election year.
But as good as PSL 2018 was, it wasn't perfect ... because is anything ever is? And since the first step towards improvement is admitting that there is something wrong, here is a whole bunch of things that did not exactly go according to plan.
We share them with the hope that this year's edition would address these issues.
Former PCB chairman Najam Sethi was not wrong when he suggested that the primary audience of T20 leagues, or any sports event for that matter, is not the outdoorsy folk who flock to the stadia, but are the ones who actually prefer to watch the game from the comfort of their homes.
"Gate receipts don't even make up for 10 per cent of our revenue," Sethi had told Saleem Safi in Geo TV programme 'Jirga' a day before the PSL 2018 final. "It's the TV audience, the broadcast deal and the advertising money [which fill our coffers]."