According to rumours in the media in Pakistan, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is set to employ Mickey Arthur, a former coach who was previously in charge of the men’s national team, to take over leadership of the team.
Reports indicate that the PCB will most likely come to a decision regarding the deal within the next two weeks.
Online, Arthur will serve as a guide for the Pakistan team before he joins them in person just before the One-Day International World Cup in India. Shahid Afridi, a former captain of Pakistan’s cricket team, has commented on the reports.
“The idea that a foreign coach could instruct the national team via the internet is incomprehensible; every era in the history of Pakistan cricket has been shaped by the preferences of the captain.
It will be vital to work at the grassroots level in order to offer the upcoming players with the greatest possible training “According to Cricket Pakistan, Afridi was cited as saying this.
Afridi also provided his thoughts on the explosion that took place in Peshawar on Monday. Afridi stated that “today and tomorrow have been heavy days for the nation; the incidents that occurred in Lisbela, Kohat, and Peshawar are sad, there must be a period of success in Pakistan, and difficult decisions will have to be made for the future.” “Today and tomorrow have been heavy days for the nation.
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In the meantime, Najam Sethi, who was reappointed to replace Raja as chief of the PCB, has now provided a significant update on the venue that will be used to hold the Asia Cup.
Jay Shah, the secretary of the BCCI, has previously stated that India would not travel to Pakistan to compete in the Asia Cup in 2023. During the controversy surrounding the Asia Cup, Sethi disclosed the date of the ACC meeting and offered some light on the position taken by the BCCI.
“At long last, we have been able to schedule a meeting with representatives from the ACC. I will be in Bahrain on February 4 to participate in the ACC meeting.
For the time being, I do not have a firm opinion regarding our stance; as a result, I am keeping this information close to my chest until the meeting. However, I can promise you that it will be for the benefit of Pakistan cricket as a whole in the long run “During a news conference, Sethi made the following statement.
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