Pakistan Coach

  • Grant Flower may become Pakistan's batting coach May 2, 2014

    As the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is finding it difficult to convince country's most capped player, InzamamulHaq, to become national team's batting coach, the important position may go to Zimbabwean Grant Flower. According to PCB sources, Flower has applied for the job but PCB's preference remains Inzamam, who played 120 Tests...
  • Richard Pybus named Bangladesh coach May 30, 2012

    Dhaka: Richard Pybus formerly a Pakistan coach has been appointed coach of the Bangladesh team, filling the vacancy created by Stuart Laws abrupt resignation in April. Pybus twoyear terms begins ahead of Bangladeshs tour of Zimbabwe next month with an option of further extension up to the 2015...
  • Whatmore wants different players for three formats April 9, 2012

    Karachi: Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore Monday said that he favours having separate players for the three different formats of the sport. Whatmore also said in an interview given to Geo News channel that he was ready to face the challenges in the coming days. "Personally I am in favor...
  • Pak players back Whatmore's appointment February 11, 2012

    Karachi: In a major development, the PCB has managed convince the national team players to replace Mohsin Khan as coach with Australian Dav Whatmore. Wellinformed sources close to the Pakistan team have confirmed to PTI that the PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf, during his recent visit to Dubai, got the feedback of...
  • 'Whatmore not finalised as Pak coach' January 10, 2012

    Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Zaka Ashraf on Tuesday added another twist to the ongoing saga of the appointment of the next head coach of the Pakistan team, saying Australian Dav Whatmore had not been finalised for this position. Ashraf told reporters that no deal had been struck with Whatmore...
  • 'Pak looking to appoint fulltime coach' January 8, 2012

    Hyderabad: While admiring the efforts of interim coach Mohsin Khan, Pakistan Cricket Board chief Zaka Ashraf says the time has come for them to appoint a "professional" and "qualified" coach with the national team. "I have great respect for Mohsin and he has done a good job as coach but after...
  • Confusion over appointment of Pak coaches December 30, 2011

    Lahore: Confusion continues to prevail in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on the issue of the appointment of the new coaching staff for the national cricket team. According to a report in the newspaper, Jang, the PCB has decided to appoint Dav Whatmore as the head coach and Julian Fountain...
  • PCB set to meet Whatmore for coaching job December 24, 2011

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board says Australian coach Dav Whatmore will reach here in midJanuary for a round of talks to finalise his appointment as head coach of the national team. But a senior official of the Board ruled out any chances of Whatmore being given the charge of the team...
  • I am not after Pak coaching job: Mohsin December 24, 2011

    Karachi: Pakistan's former Test batsman and interim coach Mohsin Khan claims he is not running after the position of head coach in the national team but is keen to serve country's cricket in some capacity. "I am always ready to serve Pakistan cricket in any capacity. But yes having worked as...
  • PCB retains Mohsin as Pakistan coach December 20, 2011

    Lahore: The controversy over who would coach the Pakistan team in their upcoming series against England ended when the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that the team management, including the coach Mohsin Khan would not be changed for the series. "The team management and national selection committee will remain the same...
  • Coach appointment not discussed in PCB meet November 30, 2011

    Lahore: A marathon meeting of Pakistan Cricket Board's General Body has ended without any deliberation on key issues like the appointment of a new chief operating officer or coaches for the national team. The General Body meeting that lasted for nearly 10 hours here was the first chance for the new...
  • Mickey Arthur turns down offer to coach Pak November 13, 2011

    Karachi: Pakistan's quest for a new foreign coach suffered a setback after South African Mickey Arthur turned down an offer for the position. Official sources in the PCB have confirmed that talks were held with Arthur's agent, but he made it clear his client was not interested in the Pakistan coaching...