Naqvi, Chairman of PCB said within ten days, the "best possible" coach will be hired

Naqvi, Chairman of PCB said within ten days, the “best possible” coach will be hired. PCB chairman Mohsin Naqvi said Pakistan’s search for a new head coach was nearing completion and an appointment was expected in the next 10 days. The proximity of the Twenty20 World Cup creates urgency and the board aims to finalize arrangements for the coaching staff during the tournament.

Following Mickey Arthur’s disappointing departure from Pakistan’s World Cup last year, the PCB is looking for a suitable replacement, an expatriate coach. However, Naqvi stressed that the board’s priority is to find the “best” leader, whether foreign or domestic, to lead the team ahead of its upcoming commitments in the United States and Caribbean islands.

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Naqvi assured reporters at the National Bank Stadium during the PSL final between Multan Sultan and Islamabad United that the recruitment process would be swift and an announcement is expected soon He refrained from revealing specifics about what he could be the champion, and spoke of the damaging effect of misinformation on Australian Shane Watson steered clear of the idea of ​​a coaching role.

Expressing the new coach’s desire to attend a boot camp with Pakistan’s best cricketers in Abbottabad from March 25, Naqvi stressed the importance of timely integration and preparation for the challenges ahead.

Coaching issues aside, Naqvi spoke about the PCB’s aspiration to host the ICC Champions Trophy next year despite challenges such as India’s reluctance to play in Pakistan. Acknowledging the hurdles, Naqvi reiterated that the PCB was determined to take all measures to ensure a successful tournament.

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