Sunday, 15 May 2016

Muhammad Yousuf sets his eyes on coaching Afghanistan

KARACHI: The stylish former Pakistan Test Player Muhammad Yousuf has determined to do his hand at employment and, for the purpose, approached the Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) which is on a hunt for the national team’s head coach when Inzamam-ul-Haq’s departure. While confirming Yousuf’s approach, the chief executive of the ACB, Shafiq Stanakzai said that a appropriate candidate would be picked when due process of law. “Muhammad Yousuf did approach us through his agent, however nothing will be same with certainty, about his appointment, at the moment as we've got been receiving lots of applications from various countries”, Shafiq Stanakzai said

Muhammad Yousuf, the former captain, is regarded as one amongst the best batsmen from Pakistan. He scored 7530 runs in 90 check and 9720 runs in 288 ODI, for Pakistan, between 1998 and 2010.

“We can gather applications until could twenty seventh and later on appropriate candidates will be shortlisted for the second phase”, Stanakzai added

Apart from Yousuf, another former Pakistan check athlete Atiq-uz-Zaman has conjointly applied for the post.
Atiq, 40, played solely a single match for Pakistan but perused a training career in European nation later on. Atiq, a highly qualified coach, has recently worked with the Punjab outfit in the Pakistan Cup domestic one-day tournament. The former wicketkeeper, Atiq, is also related to Pakistan domestic team, SSGC as head coach.

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