ARY News 24 August 2012 Mohammad Akram named bowling coach
www.youtube.com Former fast bowler Mohammad Akram has been named Pakistan's bowling coach for a period of one year. He will join the squad in the UAE for the series against Australia, Intikhab Alam, PCB director announced today. Akram, who played nine Tests and 23 ODIs for Pakistan between 1995 and 2001, is settled in England and has represented county sides Essex, Sussex, Surrey and Northamptonshire. Akram's first-class career lasted 15 years during which he played 125 matches and picked up 415 wickets. News of ARY NEWS at 18:00 Friday, August 24 2012
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