LAHORE Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) selector Salim Jaffer appears to have fallen out of favour with the board, as he has not been offered any fresh contract to continue with his job. The contracts of the selectors will expire on July 31. According to reports, fresh offer letters have been sent to all of the selectors, except Jaffer. The reason for the former fast bowler losing favour is believed to be the dispute over the way the national squad for the England tour was announced in Sri Lanka last month. Jaffer has reportedly complained to the governing council of the board that chief selector Mohsin Hasan Khan, who flew to Sri Lanka to consult the team formation with PCB chief Ijaz Butt, captain Shahid Afridi and coach Waqar Younis, did not consult the other selectors before announcing the 17-member squad. Jaffer was upset over the way the board had sidelined Younus Khan and some other deserving players without assigning any valid reasons for a tough tour like England, reports said. Miandad urged to stand up against PCB Former first class cricketer Tahir Shah has urged PCB director general Javed Miandad to stand up against the policies of the PCB chairman. He said that Miandad should raise all the issues with the chief patron and save the game from disaster. He asked Miandad to somehow prevent the chairman from lavish spending of PCB money. Condolence Cricket organiser Waqqar-ul-Munir, Tauseef Club, Wahdat Eaglets, Servis Club, Punjab Club, Prince Club, Ludihana Gymkhana, Crown Club, Universal Club, Ghari Shahu Gymkhana, Akhter Abdul Rehman Club, Khan Gym, Baghbanpura Eaglets, Shaheen Club and many other clubs of the city have expressed their deep condolence over over the sad demise of Mr Maqsood, cousin of Mian Javaid Ali, Secretary of LCCA. In a condolence message they conveyed their sorrow on the death of Mr Maqsood cousin of Mian Javaid Ali.