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Captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been appointed the new head coach and chief selector of Pakistan.
The 45-year-old fills the role vacated by Mickey Arthur, whose contract wasn’t renewed when they failed to reach the World Cup semi-finals.
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“I know expectations are pretty high, but I am absolutely ready and up for the task,” said Misbah, that scored 5,222 conducts in 75 Tests at an average of 46.6.
“We’ve got a few of the very gifted and exciting cricketers, and I will like to help them prepare and train in such a way that they can play intelligently, smartly and fearlessly.
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“I’m aware this will expect a change in the dressing area culture but if we must compete consistently at the maximum level, we have to embrace these modern day requirements.”
Before committing a three-year thing that was Misbah A Pakistan Cricket Board committee interviewed former Pakistan trainer Mohsin Khan and former batsman Dean Jones.
Waqar and misbah will start with three one-day internationals and three Twenty20s in your home to Sri Lanka in 27 September.
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