Pakistan Cricket Team Should Have One Head Coach: Abdul Razzaq

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Abdul Razzaq
Abdul Razzaq

Former Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razzaq has given his opinion on the future head coach of the Pakistan Cricket Team. As per reports, the Pakistan Cricket Board is looking for a foreign head coach to replace Misbah-Ul-Haq who is the current head coach of the side. PCB were looking to rope in former Zimbabwe cricketer Andy Flower for the role but he has denied the offer. Flower said that he is not ready to coach any international team at the moment and is looking for gigs with domestic T20 teams.

In the meantime, Abdur Razzaq has said Pakistan should have the same head coach across various formats of the game, and there should be assistants and support staff who are specialists in specific formats to assist the players.

“Everyone has their own ideas and I as an employee of the PCB feel that all changes made by them are having a positive effect on Pakistan cricket and the national side is doing well. I feel that the Head Coach should be the same across all formats, but you can have assistants and other supporting staff who are specialists in a specific format which helps players. Having separate Head Coaches will only make the players uncomfortable,” said Abdul Razzaq as quoted by Pakpassion.net.

One Head Coach Is Right Way Forward: Abdur Razzaq

He further said that having one head coach for different formats is the right way forward. Razzaq said that having one coach will allow players to interact with him better while having more than one coach might affect the players adversely.

Andy Flower, Misbah-ul-Haq
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“One Head Coach is the right way forward and is also the case everywhere else in the world simply because players have a good understanding with their coaches and changing them for each format will have the opposite effect. Only when a player has the right comfort level with his coach can he perform well and having different coaches for different formats will not help,” concluded Abdul Razzaq.

Misbah-Ul-Haq will remain the coach of the national side in the upcoming T20 World Cup in the UAE.

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