Former Check captain Mohammad Hafeez has been given the duty of supervisor of the Pakistan males’s cricket staff.
In a big transfer, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has determined to sack the whole teaching workers, together with director of cricket Mickey Arthur. The PCB, in line with an official press launch, has reorganized the roles of the teaching workers, together with head coach Grant Bradburn and batting coach Andrew Puttick.
The PCB introduced that the aforementioned coaches will now be engaged with the Nationwide Cricket Academy slightly than the lads’s nationwide staff. In the meantime, the board is predicted to quickly unveil the brand new Males in Inexperienced teaching workers for the upcoming sequence in Australia and New Zealand.
“All coaches will proceed to work on the Nationwide Cricket Academy whereas PCB will announce the brand new teaching workers in the end for the upcoming sequence in Australia and New Zealand,” the PCB assertion stated.
Notably, bowling coach Morne Morkel had already submitted his resignation earlier within the week.
Mohammad Hafeez has performed for Pakistan in 55 Checks, 218 ODIs and 119 T20Is and has scored 12,780 runs and brought 253 wickets.
Hafeez was not too long ago a part of the PCB Cricket technical committee. The previous all-rounder was a part of the Pakistan males’s staff that gained the ICC Champions Trophy in England in 2017.