Grant Bradburn stepped down as the high-performance coach at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday, expressing his appreciation for his time with the team and fellow coaches.
Initially hired as the head coach for Pakistan’s national men’s side for a two-year term in May last year, Bradburn’s role was altered by the cricket board in November 2023, affecting the entire coaching staff.
The PCB announced a shift for all coaches to the National Cricket Academy and plans to reveal the new coaching lineup for the upcoming series in Australia and New Zealand.
During the 2023 World Cup, the 57-year-old served as Pakistan’s coach. Bradburn took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to share his departure news, mentioning his gratitude for the enriching chapter with Pakistan cricket.
“Time to close the amazing chapter that has been Pakistan cricket. Three roles over five years, I am proud of what’s been achieved and grateful to have worked with so many outstanding players, coaches, and staff,” said Grant Bradburn.
He extended his best wishes to the teams, staff, and everyone involved with Pakistan Cricket, wishing them continued success and growth.