The 64-year-old wants the PCB to give chance to local coaches
Former Pakistan cricketer Mohsin Khan has criticised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for seeking applications for the head coach position through advertisement.
While speaking at a seminar in Karachi, the former cricketer said that legendary players who have served Pakistan cricket should not be required to prove their credentials.
“It is not fair to seek coaching applications from high calibre players like Javed Miandad and Aamir Sohail,”said Mohsin. “However, I am going to follow the procedure laid out and will apply for the head coach’s job.”
“Pakistan is my first priority and I always wish to contribute for Pakistan,” he added.
The 64-year-old wants the PCB to give chance to local coaches instead of hiring foreigners for important positions.
“Pakistan is filled with talented coaches, so why is PCB looking to hire a foreign coach again?” he questioned. “Some tainted cricketers are giving wrong advise to the PCB chairman Ehsani Mani with regards to important decisions. They have previously run negative propaganda against me and are doing it again. ”
The PCB had already announced that it will be immediately undertaking a robust recruitment process after it decided not to renew the contracts of Head Coach Mickey Arthur, Bowling Coach Azhar Mahmood, Batting Coach Grant Flower and Trainer Grant Luden.