Former left-arm fast bowler was unhappy over outside pressures on selection matters
Former Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Saleem Jaffar has resigned from his position as head coach of Karachi regional cricket academy.
According to Daily Express, sources have said that Jaffar was extremely unhappy over pressures from zonal level over selection matters — which led to this decision.
Jaffar — who was associated with the Pakistan Cricket Board from the past 13 years — was working as head coach of junior academy at the National Stadium in Karachi.
It was also reported that Jaffar is likely to join Habib Bank Limited as head coach after a formal agreement is reached.
It should be noted that a few days back, former Pakistan chief selector Iqbal Qasim also resigned from the post of Director Operations of Hanif Mohammad Regional Acadmey.