Inzamam-ul-Haq named as chief selector of men’s cricket team: PCB

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Inzamamul Haq named as chief selector of men’s cricket team: PCB
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Inzamam ul Haq, a former captain of Pakistan, has been reappointed as the head selection for the national men.

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Inzamam-ul-Haq, a member of the 1992 World Cup-winning team and a former captain of Pakistan, has been named the head selector of the national men’s selection committee.

The senior men’s team and Pakistan Shaheens are chosen by this committee, which consists of Mickey Arthur, the team director, Grant Bradburn, the head coach, and Hasan Cheema, the secretary.

Between 2016 and 2019, the former captain of Pakistan served as a selector.

Inzamam is serving in the position for the second time. Previously, from August 2016 until July 2019, he was the chief selector. In June 2017, his chosen squad defeated India by 180 runs at The Oval in London to win Pakistan its first ICC Champions Trophy championship.

With Pakistan under Inzamam’s leadership, 31 Test matches resulted in 11 victories, 11 defeats, and 9 draws.

He also captained Pakistan in 87 ODIs, leading them to 51 victories, 33 defeats, and three no-result games.

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Next week, according to a source, will be crucial because Arthur and Bradburn, who took coaching roles only after receiving solid guarantees from former PCB chief Najam Sethi that they would have a voice in selection issues, would not be happy if they are excluded from the selection process.

Inzamamul Haq named as chief selector of men’s cricket team: PCB

During Arthur’s last administration, which saw Pakistan win the 2017 Champions Trophy before failing to go past the quarterfinals of the 2019 ICC World Cup, Inzamam collaborated with Arthur.

 

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