Previous Pakistan chief Misbah-ul-Haq has ventured down from the PCB Cricket Committee in the wake of joining the race for the situation of national group’s head mentor. Following quite a while of hypothesis that Misbah would be delegated head mentor cum boss selector, the 44-year-old on Monday affirmed he was applying for the head mentor work the due date for which finished on Monday.
“It has been intriguing to see my name being referenced as a future head mentor of the Pakistan cricket group, yet the truth of the matter is I just settled on the choice today,” Misbah-ul-Haq said in an announcement.
“I am applying for the head mentor’s job completely mindful that the challenge will be extreme as I conceive there will be a couple of all the more exceptionally skillful and profoundly qualified individuals applying for one of the most testing employments in the game.” According to insiders, the PCB has not gotten applications from any prominent outside mentors up ’til now with the best-realized name being previous Australian batsman Dean Jones.
Previous chief Waqar Younis has connected for the post of bowling mentor and said he had considered presenting his resume for the head mentor however with Misbah-ul-Haq in the race he would want to fill in as bowling mentor.
The difference as a top priority for Misbah-ul-Haq came after he met with the PCB Director International Cricket Zakir Khan following which the PCB reported he was venturing down as an individual from the Cricket Committee which prescribed not reestablishing the agreements of previous head mentor Mickey Arthur and his care staff after the World Cup.
The PCB had publicized for the post of the head mentor and care staff on August 9 and needs to declare the new group the board by early September with the goal that it can begin work for the forthcoming constrained over arrangement against Sri Lanka at home from September 25.
The PCB on Monday reported that previous Test batsman Ejaz Ahmed will be the new head mentor of the under-19 group.
Ejaz was browsed among a waitlist of up-and-comers that included previous players Saqlain Mushtaq, Kabir Khan, Atiq Uz Zaman, and Shahid Nazir..