- PCB committee offers Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis the good thing about the doubt
- The coaches have been underneath hearth after New Zealand thrashed Pakistan in a current collection
- The committee “expressed its dissatisfaction on the side’s performances”, says PCB
The Pakistan Cricket Board’s Cricket Committee has expressed dissatisfaction over the staff’s efficiency in opposition to New Zealand within the current collection however really helpful head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling Waqar Younis’s retention.
The coaches have been underneath hearth after the Kiwis thrashed Pakistan, with the Males In Inexperienced successful just one out of three T20Is, and dropping all matches of the Take a look at collection.
Heading into in the present day’s assembly, hypothesis was rife that Misbah and Waqar jobs could possibly be on the road, if committee members have been to be unimpressed with their explanations, in keeping with Geo Tremendous.
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PCB, in an announcement after the assembly, mentioned that the committee headed by former Take a look at cricketer Saleem Yousuf, “expressed its dissatisfaction on the side’s performances” however “acknowledged the fact that the team had competed in the unprecedented and challenging COVID-19 circumstances”.
“The committee observed that due to the above-mentioned situation, a few experienced players were absent and that, in turn, contributed towards the overall below-par performances,” mentioned the assertion.
The committee additionally really helpful that the PCB proceed to assist and again the staff administration, while suggesting that the following efficiency appraisal be carried out following the house collection in opposition to South Africa.
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“The PCB Cricket Committee unanimously agreed that the backroom staff needed to provide absolute clarity on their collective strategy and approach so that they could be evaluated and assessed against those objectives at the next meeting,” learn the assertion.
The committee urged for extra “scientific and data-based” technique to be adopted however largely gave the good thing about the pandemic to staff and its officers.
It scheduled one other assessment after the South Africa collection however warned that this time “there will be no points for second place”.