Misbah-ul-Haq, on Monday, has confirmed that he had resigned from the PCB Cricket Committee in order to become eligible to be Pakistan’s next head coach. The former captain acknowledged his competition for the post before admitting it was his dream job to help the team fulfill its vast potential. With his name floating around for long as an ideal candidate to be at the helm of the Pakistan cricket team, Misbah-ul-Haq has finally decided to make an attempt to become the team’s head coach. He waited until the deadline day to make his application official, with the 26th of August having been set as the last day by the PCB for accepting applications. The 45-year-old had a meeting with PCB’s Director for International Cricket, Zakir Khan in the afternoon on Monday and informed him of his decision to step down as a member of the Cricket Committee. Later, he formally applied for the post of the head coach to make himself an official candidate in the race. “It has been interesting to see my name being mentioned as a future head coach of the Pakistan cricket team, but the fact is I only made the decision today. I am applying… Read full this story
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