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Pakistan Twenty20 captain Muhammad Hafeez believes that it does not make a difference whether the Board appoints a foreign or local coach for the national team. Hafeez also felt that the outgoing Australian coach of the team, Dav Whatmore had done
Pakistan team manager Moin Khan has given thumbs down to a foreign coach for national team. Minutes before he boarded the flight from Lahore to Dubai with Dav Whatmore, Khan said that he always favoured a local coach.
Pakistani head coach Dav Whatmore and Test and ODI captain Misbah-ul Haq were reportedly engaged in a fierce argument with team manager Moin Khan over the selection of the playing squad for the ODI series against South Africa.
Insisting that stripping him of the captaincy won`t do any good, Pakistan cricket team manager Moin Khan instead said the Test and one-day skipper Misbah-ul-Haq should change his approach. Former Test captain Moin met the caretaker chairman of the
What a great joke, things were heading in this direction for the past few months as a very powerful lobby from a certain province was very much busy in maneuvering things in Afridi's favour. It is their sheer bad luck that despite their all-out
Moin Khan , the Pakistan team manager for the Zimbabwe tour, has defended the team saying that although they played badly in the two matches they lost, the overall performance was "satisfactory". He added that the team didn't need to apologise for
According to The Express Tribune, Pakistan faced minimal resistance in defeating the hosts in the Twenty20s last week, securing the two matches by 25 and 19 runs respectively. Khan said that the team was in Zimbabwe to win the series and would aim
Pakistan team manager Moin Khan has said that the team would not show any leniency in the ODIs against Zimbabwe after achieving a 2-0 Twenty20 series win. According to The Express Tribune, Pakistan faced minimal resistance in defeating the hosts in
The newly-appointed manager of the Pakistan team, Moin Khan might have spoken aloud about the importance of discipline in the side before leaving for Zimbabwe, but an incident involving three current players has left the Cricket Board red-faced.
Moin Khan , the newly appointed manager of the Pakistan team for the Zimbabwe tour, has said he will not refrain from criticising the team but will provide his inputs in team matters whenever necessary. He also said he would not compromise on