PCB ropes in Yousuf, Razzaq as coaches of its High Performance Centre | Cricket News

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has roped in former captain Mohammad Yousuf and all-rounder Abdul Razzaq as coaches of its High Performance Centre (HPC) in Lahore.
According to a PCB supply, moreover Yousuf and Razaq one other former Test cricketer Basit Ali has additionally been provided a training place within the HPC, which is being revamped to enhance its productiveness and output.
Talking to the media, Yousuf later confirmed that he was provided a training place and was joyful to simply accept it.
The HPC, which underwent radical modifications in administration in current months, can be engaged on reassessment of umpires, match referees, scorers and coaches of provincial groups in home cricket.
Former Test spinner, Nadeem Khan has been appointed because the Director of HPC just lately after outdated faces Mudassar Nazar, Haroon Rasheed, Agha Zahid and Ali Zia have been launched or fired by the PCB.
“The PCB has employed the providers of former England Cricket’s Performance Director David Parsons, who was additionally a spin bowling coach since 2006 on the ECB academy at Loughborough within the UK,” the supply mentioned.
He mentioned Parsons had ready a working doc for the HPC and was working in tandem with Nadeem Khan.
“The thought is to get extra former stalwarts concerned in teaching positions not solely on the High Performance Centre but additionally with the provincial and Under-19 groups in order that gamers can have entry to the perfect teaching and coaching services,” the supply mentioned.

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