LAHORE - Former Pakistan captain Intikhab Alam has expressed his surprise over remarks by Majid Khan about the constitution of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Majid had alleged the PCB of funds embezzlement and accused some of its officials of using the board resources for foreign trips. Talking to The Nation and Nawa-i-Waqt here Tuesday, Intikhab Ala, PCB's governing board member, said that it such remarks from a person like Majid talking were surprising. "We can't prepare constitution daily," said Intikhab. "The former captain should have come up with constructive criticism and have realised the importance of time and instead of coming forward for the support of Pakistan cricket he tried to led down," he added. He said that his remarks were unpleasant and uncalled for. Intikhab said: "Majid being the former PCB CEO should realise the image of the country at a time when the board was struggling to lure teams to visit Pakistan to play series here. "In such a time when teams are not coming to Pakistan, the PCB has orgainsed series against Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and is now holding the Asia Cup," said he. To a question, he said that there was a big question mark on the performance of Shoaib Malik as captain. "On a batting track he fielded twice which raises many an eye-brows and the coaching too has not been upto mark," he added. "I have raised voice on Geoff Lawson coaching and the performance of the team in the governing board meeting and have asked for changing the coach," he added. "He has been coach of a domestic team in Australia. And I believe there is a need for lot of changes," he added. Intikhab further stated that there won't be one or two but mass changes in the team. "We would have a complete review of the team, captain and coach's performance after the Asia Cup," he added. He further said that there were clear signs of rift in the team and there would be complete overhaul after the Asia Cup. "Winning or losing is part of sport but there should be a fight," he said, adding that the players were not giving what of required of them.