Former wicketkeeper-batsman said that everyone should be held accountable
Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Moin Khan has opened up about the future of Head Coach Misbahul Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis.
While speaking to Cricket Pakistan in an exclusive interview, Moin said that everyone should be held accountable.
“They [Misbah and Waqar] will be under pressure to deliver in the series and if they do that, it’s well and good. But if they don’t, then naturally there is time for change be it Misbahul Haq or Waqar Younis. Everyone should be held accountable and I’m sure the cricket committee will review their performance,” said Moin. “We have always lacked consistency in the coaching department. There have been numerous changes but we have never seen a proper plan and direction.”
He also urged former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed to fight for his place in the national side.
“Sarfaraz will have to fight for his place because Rizwan is in really good form. The upcoming PSL season, where he will play under my coaching for Quetta Gladiators, will also be a good chance for him to impress the selectors once again,” he said.
Moin Khan was also happy to see his son, Azam, succeed after the latter raised eyebrows with his performance in the domestic circuit and T20 Leagues.
“Naturally being a father, I’m proud to see my son do well. But as a professional, I look at his performance very closely so that he can sustain this level of performance. I think he has successfully removed the tag of nepotism and poor fitness through his performance,” he concluded.