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Younis Khan appointed as Pakistan batting coach

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Younis Khan has been appointed because the full-time batting coach of the Pakistan Males’s crew.

The position will even see Younis work with the nationwide academy to develop Pakistan’s batting shares.

Younis Khan made Pakistan batting coach

Pakistan batting legend Younis travelled with the crew to England earlier this yr as a batting marketing consultant and has now been appointed on a full-time foundation.

Younis is, so far, the one Pakistan batsman to have scored greater than 10,000 Check runs making him arguably very nicely certified for the job.

“I felt honoured after I was given the chance this summer season and totally loved my time, and I now stay up for persevering with the work with the identical group of individuals on an essential tour of New Zealand,” mentioned Younis.

“I’m significantly comfortable that my scope of labor has been prolonged past the nationwide duties. I’m equally and eager at working on the home stage by figuring out potential batsmen after which serving to them enhance their abilities.”

Younis might be tasked with serving to Pakistan shrug off the delicate top-order tag that has caught to them like glue since his retirement.

Arshad Khan will get position with girls’s crew

Former Pakistan Check spinner Arshad Khan was additionally named the ladies’s crew’s bowling coach in the identical announcement from the PCB.

Arshad, who performed 67 matches for Pakistan and took 88 worldwide wickets, will assist newly appointed head coach David Hemp with the bowling aspect of issues within the girls’s crew.

“This is a superb alternative to be working with girls cricketers alongside David Hemp as we goal to collectively raise our nationwide crew within the higher half of the ladies’s draw,” he mentioned. 

“After I go searching at a giant variety of former worldwide cricketers concerned within the current set-up, it motivates me to not solely show my value but in addition justify the religion imposed on me.”

Pakistan will depart for New Zealand shortly after the conclusion of the PSL playoffs on 17 November.

The ladies’s sport which stays solely semi-professional has been hit arduous by the pandemic and restructuring of the game in Pakistan with the PCB pressured to step in to help various gamers who discovered themselves in dire want of monetary help.

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