Mohammad Hafeez will be Pakistan’s head coach in Australia and New Zealand, even though he took over as team director on Wednesday after Mickey Arthur was fired.
ESPNcricinfo says that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will now combine the roles of team director and head coach. Right now, Hafeez will play two different roles in their next three Test matches in Australia and five T20Is in New Zealand, which will happen in December and January this year.
Not long ago, Hafeez was on the PCB Cricket Technical Committee. He used to be an all-rounder and was on the Pakistan Men’s team that won the ICC Champions Trophy in England in 2017.
The PCB has changed what the Pakistan teaching staff does. All of the teachers at the National Cricket Academy will stay on, and the PCB will name the new coaches for the upcoming series in Australia and New Zealand as soon as possible.
Star Wednesday, Pakistan batter Babar Azam said he was quitting as captain of Pakistan in all forms of the game because of how badly his team did in the ICC World Cup 2023 in India.