- Misbah would seem earlier than the PCB’s cricket committee at present.
- The Pakistan cricket crew and its administration have come underneath hearth over poor efficiency in New Zealand.
- It was the third consecutive loss that the inexperienced shirts confronted throughout the previous 14 months.
LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has rejected all reviews suggesting that nationwide cricket crew head coach Misbah-ul-Haq will likely be sacked earlier than the South Africa Sequence, The Information reported on Tuesday.
Misbah would seem earlier than the cricket committee at present after which the committee would give its suggestions to the board, the PCB spokesperson mentioned whereas reacting to the circulating reviews.
The event comes after reviews had emerged that Misbah’s future because the nationwide crew’s head coach seems unsure because the PCB’s think-tank has began searching for choices to repair the crew’s shortcomings.
The Pakistan cricket crew and its administration have come underneath hearth after the poor efficiency of the squad towards New Zealand.
It was the third consecutive loss that the inexperienced shirts confronted throughout the previous 14 months.
Learn extra: PCB giving critical thought to changing Misbah as head coach: report
In accordance with a information report printed in the identical publication beforehand, the PCB has determined to present Misbah’s future affiliation with the nationwide aspect a critical thought by convening the Cricket Committee’s assembly throughout the subsequent 10 days to think about all choices.
The South Africa collection at residence begins on January 26. In accordance with sources, batting coach Younis Khan is the highest candidate to interchange Misbah because the interim head coach for the upcoming collection and the Board will submit commercials for a overseas head coach after the collection towards South Africa.
Bowling coach Waqar Younis will even seem earlier than the cricket committee.
He has additionally confronted quite a lot of criticism due to Pakistani pacers’ failure to take wickets on tracks on which the New Zealand bowlers have been profitable.