Hired as spin coach by England Cricket Board | Saqlain Mushtaq

Previous Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq has been enlisted by the England Cricket Board (ECB) as a turn sowing specialist for a time of two years. Addressing DawnNews, Saqlain affirmed the advancement, “ECB has enlisted my administrations for a long time and I need to work 100 days a year with them. My primary obligation will be with the England Cricket Team however I will likewise work with youthful and rising spinners in English cricket.”

Saqlain has already worked with England, New Zealand, and West Indies as a turn rocking the bowling alley mentor before. Saqlain, who concocted the ‘doosra’, is idealistic that England’s turn division will perform better under him.


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“Both Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali are extremely capable and are as of now making a check in International Cricket. They performed well in England’s voyage through India and I am confident that I will have the capacity to guide them to more achievement”


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Saqlain says the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) moved toward him only once for an instructing part over a year back, however there was no development and no guiding stretch emerged. “On the off chance that individuals inquire as to why Saqlain has not worked with the PCB yet, then they ought to divert their inquiries to the PCB. ”

The previous off-spinner included that the arrangement amongst Pakistan and West Indies will be an intriguing one, and that the Pakistani Test group appeared to be more adjusted. “In the up and coming test arrangement Pakistan’s odds are great on the grounds that as a group they are adjusted and very much settled. Spinners’ parts will be critical and both Yashir Shah and West Indies spinner Bihso will be significant,” he finished up.

Updated: March 25, 2017 — 2:35 pm

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