HPC: Latest confirmed jobs in provincial coaching panel for 2020-21

Latest confirmed jobs in provincial coaching panel of HPC
Latest confirmed jobs in provincial coaching panel of HPC

High-Performance Center (HPC): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is glad to include the former cricketers, Basit Ali, Abdul Razzaq, and Faisal Iqbal in the provincial coaching panels for 2020-21 domestic season.

Humayun Farhat, Imran Fazil, Ghulam Ali, Shahid Anwar, and Zafar Iqbal have also been confirmed as cricket associations for the upcoming domestic season.

By virtue of being appointed as first XI coaches, Abdul Razzaq (KP), Basit Ali (Sindh), Faisal Iqbal (Balochistan) and Shahid Anwar (Central Punjab) will now join Abdur Rehman (Southern Punjab) and Mohammad Wasim (Northern) in Misbah-ul-Haq’s men’s national selection panel. PCB.

“We have listened to our players and aim to provide a balance of the coaching they want and the coaching they need to take Pakistan to the top of world cricket,” says Saqlain Mushtaq.

Latest confirmed jobs in provincial coaching panel of HPC

Retained coaches: Abdul Rehman, Akram Raza, Bilal Ahmed, Fahad Akram, Hussain Khosa, Iqbal Imam, Kamran Khan, Mazhar Dinari, Mohammad Masroor, Mohammad Wasim, Rafatullah Mohmand, Saeed Anwar Junior, Sajjad Akbar, Samiullah Niazi, Saqib Faqir, Shahid Anwar, Shoaib Khan, Tahir Mahmood, Tanvir Shaukat, Wasim Haider and Zahoor Elahi.

Also, Mohammad Yusuf has been appointed as the coach for High-Performance Center (HPC).

Mohammad Yousuf, former Pakistan captain: “My ambitions in making a career in coaching are an open secret but it was all about the timing and a proper roadmap for our future cricket in which I could contribute effectively. I believe this is the right time for me to start my second innings as I can sense the intent and optimism in the approach.

“I am delighted to have been offered this opportunity and I firmly believe I can help young cricketers by transferring my knowledge and experience, which I have acquired after being part of one of the brightest and formidable eras of Pakistan cricket.

“This will be an exciting and challenging task but I am up for it and look forward to making a meaningful contribution.”

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