Grant Bradburn leaves the Pakistan cricket team

Grant Bradburn leaves the Pakistan cricket team. On Monday, veteran batter Grant Bradburn of New Zealand announced his resignation from his role as the team’s high-performance coach. He expressed gratitude for his time spent working with the coaches and Green Shirts. 

In May of last year, Bradburn was first named head coach of the national men’s team for the next two years by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

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However, the cricket organization altered the coaching staff’s portfolios in November 2023, including that of head coach Bradburn.

“All coaches will continue to work in National Cricket Academy while PCB will announce the new coaching staff in due course for the upcoming series in Australia and New Zealand,” said the Cricket Board.

The 57-year-old had served as the Pakistani team’s coach in the 2023 World Cup. Bradburn declared his retirement from coaching on X, the platform that was formerly known as Twitter.

“It’s time to finish this incredible chapter in Pakistani cricket history. “After five years in three different roles, I am happy with the results and thankful to have collaborated with so many exceptional players, coaches, and staff,” Bradburn remarked.

“Wishing the teams, staff and everyone at Pakistan Cricket continued success and growth,” he said.

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