MISBAH WILL EVENTUALLY HAVE TO RESIGN: MUDASSAR NAZAR
Former Test cricketer Mudassar Nazar says head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq will eventually have to resign, putting himself in trouble if a chief selector does not include a player in the playing XI and the team loses. His decision is widely criticized, for example, Fawad Alam is an excellent performer in domestic cricket.
MISBAH are not included, the second performance does not put pressure on the head coach. To a question, Mudassar Nazar said that minor issues have their place but Younis Khan has one He is a good man, he also has a passion for coaching, the guidance of the former captain will benefit the players but appointing a batting coach for only 3 months is not the right decision.
Mudassar Nazar, a 64-year-old former head of the National Cricket Academy, said: “My chairman was not with PCB Ehsan Mani. I worked in the ICC under him but in Pakistan, the management probably had some plans of its own.” I had no friendship or trust with Ehsan Mani, I was ready to work at the insistence of former chairman Shahriar Khan, at that time there was a plan to set up 11 academies.
Later, due to other expenses, the project came to a standstill. To a question, he said that Ali Zia worked hard for the cricket academy for many years, even if there was a mistake, it was not big enough that he would be fired.