New foreign coaches appointed for Pakistan cricket team

Foreign coaches for Pakistan cricket team

“Three new foreign coaches appointed to Pakistan cricket team”. According to details, Pakistan Cricket Board has announced the Pakistan team management and coaching staff for the tour of Australia. The Pakistan Cricket Board, after sacking Mickey Arthur and his team following the World Cup failure, has again hired new foreign coaches.

As per Pakistan Cricket Board announcement, Naveed Akram Cheema as Team Manager, Muhammad Hafeez as Team Manager, Adam Holyoke as Batting Coach, Simon Grant Helmut as High Performance Coach, Umar Gul as Fast Bowling Coach, Saeed Ajmal as bowling coach, Abdul Majeed as fielding coach, Mansoor Rana as assistant team manager, Shahid Aslam as assistant batting coach, Jabba Drax Simeon.

He will serve as a strength and conditioning coach. It has been reported that the Pakistan cricket team will embark on a tour of Australia on November 30, where they will play a three-match Test series. The first Test between Pakistan and Australia will be played in Perth from December 14 to 18. The second Test will be played in Melbourne from December 26-30, while Sydney will host the third Test from January 3-7.

Regarding the Australian tour, national cricket team manager Muhammad Hafeez, during a press conference on Tuesday at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, said that he is grateful to the chairman of the management committee, Zaka Ashraf, who has given him the responsibilities, the technical and administrative staff that have been appointed. It’s fantastic because these are all the guys who have given great performances for Pakistan recently and now they are being given a new role with a new mindset to drive a new process in terms of modern cricket.

He said that the tour of Australia is a challenge for everyone, everyone’s mentality is clear, it will bring better results, playing in challenging conditions, everyone is ready for it. The players will give the best results in Australia, all the players are good. They are eager to perform. Since the team manager’s job is to make a plan and the support staff to follow it, now there is no need for a head coach in the setup.

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