The coaching and support staff for the upcoming T20I series against Afghanistan, which begins on March 24th, have been announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Umar Gul.
According to reports in the media, the PCB has named former cricketer Abdul Rehman as the head coach, and Umar Gul, a well-known former pacer, will be the bowling coach for the series.
In addition, the information reveals that Mohammad Yousuf, a world-class batsman, will serve as a batting coach for the national team, and Abdul Majeed will travel with the team as a fielding consultant.
Drikus Simon will be the Men in Green’s official trainer, Cliffe Deacon will be the physio, Talha Ijaz will be an analyst, Mansoor Rana will be the manager, and Ahsan Nagi will be the media liaison Umar Gul Pakistan’s Exciting New bowling Coaching Setup for Afghanistan Series.
The 15-member young team for the white-ball series was announced yesterday by the Pakistan Cricket Board, led by all-rounder Shadab Khan in place of Babar Azam.
Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, and Rizwan, among other senior players, were reportedly eagerly rested prior to the ODI and T20I series against New Zealand.
The three-match T20I series against Afghanistan is set to begin on March 24 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).