Karachi: The behaving Chairman of a Pakistan Cricket Board, Najam Sethi has sensitive a members of a halt government cabinet (IMC) that a new manager would usually be allocated on a short-term basement after a end of a array opposite Sri Lanka in a UAE.
A arguable source told PTI that during a new assembly of a halt cabinet a emanate of appointing a new manager after a exit of Australian Dav Whatmore cropped adult and was than discussed in detail.
“Former exam captain, Zaheer Abbas lifted this emanate as Whatmore is due to leave after a Sri Lanka array in February,” a source said.
The Interim government cabinet got an prolongation of 90 days from a Prime Minister final week.
The IMC, that includes former Chairman of a board, Shaharyar Khan, Zaheer Abbas, exam player, Haroon Rasheed and former manager of a Pakistan team, Naved Cheema, has been tasked by a Prime Minister to run Pakistan cricket affairs until uninformed elections are held.
Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif 3 months behind superseded a house structure to designate a IMC to run cricket affairs.
“Sethi told a IMC members that due to a authorised issues in a Islamabad High Court and necessity of time before a Asia Cup and World T20 Cup in Bangladesh a house would designate a manager on brief tenure basis,” a source said.
“Sethi didn’t name a claimant he had in mind for this proxy position though done it transparent it would be a Pakistani,” a source added.
Other members of a IMC suggested Sethi to delicately oldster probable possibilities before recommending any names as a coaching position was an critical one. (Also read: Pak group needs changes, spinning tracks: Waqar Younis)
“Sethi was also told during a assembly that a players would be some-more gentle operative underneath a internal manager and there were many Pakistani players who were improved than unfamiliar coaches. One member also remarkable that a best formula for Pakistan cricket came during tenures of internal coaches,” a source said.
Although indications are clever that Sethi competence confirm to designate former captain, Moin Khan as a halt manager and designate a new manager in his place though a source pronounced that some IMC members had voiced some reservations over a former wicketkeeper batsman.
The source pronounced a PCB is watchful for a authorised issues to be sorted out this week and will announce a new manager early subsequent month.
Story initial published on: Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014 10:43