In the fourth test against England at the Oval last August, Inzamam refused
to lead his team out following the tea interval on the fourth day after Pakistan
were docked five runs by umpires who decided they had tampered with the ball.
Inzamam stepped down as captain and retired from one-day internationals after
the World Cup.
"The poor performance in the World Cup reflects an overall failure of
management at all levels and the entire cricket system needs to be overhauled,"
the report said.
The committee also recommended that the board should abolish the seniority
system for paying players and that only the captain and vice captain should
receive additional benefits.
Butt also said the committee had found no evidence of match-fixing by the
Pakistan team at the World Cup.
"We heard several allegations but they were nothing more than that. We found
nothing to suggest the team had fixed any games,' said Butt.