PSL 9: Shane Watson is enjoying leading the Quetta Gladiators

PSL 9: Shane Watson is enjoying leading the Quetta Gladiators. Shane Watson, a former Australian all-rounder, became the Quetta Gladiators’ head coach for the ninth Pakistan Super League (PSL). Watson discussed his aspirations for the future, his level of contentment at work, and the team’s current level of success.

Watson emphasized the value of fostering an environment where the players may thrive while praising them for their exceptional efforts. “I was very impressed with how the guys played,” he said. “It’s very rewarding that we’ve established an environment where players feel they can be their best.”

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Transitioning from player to head coach, Watson finds the role much less stressful and far more enjoyable. He emphasized the importance of players trusting their instincts and fully committing to their shots without fear of consequences. According to Watson, this approach often leads to professional success.

On tactical decisions like Saud Shakeel’s opening innings, Watson highlighted his versatility and skills and praised young talent Khawaja Nafa’s exceptional strength and pace at sight and a promising future in Pakistani cricket the gap.

When considering the PSL’s development since its start, Watson pointed out the rise of spinners and the development of talented young players as signs that the league has advanced significantly over time.

Watson had a confident response when questioned about the Quetta Gladiators’ chances of taking home the championship, but he also emphasized the value of consistency and collaboration. In addition, he highlighted the leadership skills of former captain Sarfraz Ahmed and highlighted his special attributes both on and off the field. 

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