Pakistan Cricket Team to Begin Immediate Search for Foreign Coaches

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made the decision to start the search for foreign coaches for the national cricket team on an urgent basis, according to reports.

PCB Chairman Mohsin Khan’s priority is to find a strong support staff for the national team, and progress regarding coaching staff is expected in the coming week.

It is reported that the PCB chairman has decided to initiate the search for foreign coaches for the Pakistan team on an urgent basis.

Given the challenges of engaging high-profile coaches due to their commitments in various leagues, the option of both foreign consultants and local coaches is being considered.

The decision comes as Pakistan is set to play a T20 series against New Zealand in mid-April, with five T20 matches scheduled to be held in Rawalpindi and Lahore from April 18.

In addition to the T20 series, Pakistan is also scheduled to play T20 series against Ireland and England ahead of the T20 World Cup.

The urgency in finding foreign coaches indicates PCB’s determination to strengthen the team’s coaching staff ahead of important series and tournaments. With several crucial matches lined up, including the T20 World Cup, PCB is keen on ensuring the team has the best possible support to achieve success on the international stage.