- Wasim Khan stated that the stories of Misbah-ul-Haq’s alternative with Zimbabwe cricketer Andy Flower are usually not true.
- The PCB high official stated that like Andy Flower, Gary Christine isn’t accessible in the intervening time as properly.
- He stated that the coaches will evaluation Misbah’s efficiency in one other cricket committee assembly slated for February 15-16.
LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Government Officer (CEO) Waseem Khan dismissed stories that head coach Misbah ul Haq is being changed by former Zimbabwe cricketer Andy Flower after the sequence towards South Africa, Jang reported on Friday.
Waseem advised reporters that Flower is busy for the subsequent years and the board has not signed any settlement with him. “The news of Misbah’s removal holds no truth. No deal has been signed with anyone.”
The PCB chief added that Gary Christine can be not accessible in the intervening time. “We have made everything clear to Misbah in the last committee meeting. His performance will be reviewed after South Africa series in the meeting scheduled to be held on February 15 or 16.”
Waseem stated the board wished to provide Misbah “one more chance”, including that though he and Waqar Younis signed a three-year contract, the settlement may very well be ended earlier than time.
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Waseem’s feedback come after former Pakistani bowler Shoaib Akhtar claimed the PCB had supplied teaching job to Flower and was seeking to change Misbah.
On his YouTube channel, Akhtar stated Flower will take over after season six of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) is over.
“PCB has already offered Andy Flower the head coach job. He is not accepting it due to his coaching commitment with Multan Sultans. But once PSL is over, he’ll take over,” Akhtar stated. “The choice to sack Misbah is already taken. They don’t seem to be giving him any probability. “
The event got here only a day after Misbah and bowling coach Waqar Younis appeared earlier than PCB Cricket Committee to clarify the latest sequence losses towards New Zealand. The teaching duo was given a reprieve on account of accidents and issues attributable to the pandemic.
The board has scheduled one other Cricket Committee assembly following the South Africa sequence, giving the teaching workers a lifeline.