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For The New Zealand Series, PCB Has Announced The Team Management

For The New Zealand Series, PCB Has Announced The Team Management

April 9, 2023 / By Zunair Tahir / Sport News

The management of the national men’s squad for the forthcoming T20I and ODI series against New Zealand was revealed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday. Rehan: ul: Haq, the general manager of Islamabad United, the two-time PSL winners, has been named team manager.

Grant Bradburn, a former Test cricketer for New Zealand, will serve as the head coach, while Abdul Rehman will serve as his assistant. After Umar Gul’s extension as bowling coach, Andrew Puttick will start as the team’s batting coach.

According to reports, Mickey Arthur, a prospective team director in the future, has been chosen to keep the administration of the club in the loop. After the home New Zealand trip, it is probable that the previous national team head coach will be officially announced to assume the position.

For the New Zealand series, Bradburn and Puttick have been selected and will travel in Lahore on April 11. After the conclusion of the pertinent hiring processes, which are currently continuing, the PCB will confirm the management of the Pakistan squad for the post-New Zealand series.

  • Rehan Ul Haq, the team manager
  • Grant Bradburn, the head coach
  • Abdul Rehman, the assistant head coach
  • Andrew Puttick, Umar Gul, the strength and conditioning coach
  • Talha Ijaz, the analyst
  • Ahsan Iftikhar Nagi, the media and digital manager
  • Major (retd) Azhar Arif, the security manager
  • Ammar Ahsan, the videographer
  • Dr. Najeeb Soomro, the team doctor
  • Malang Ali are (masseur)


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