Ramiz Raja held responsible for the sudden resignation of Misbah and Waqar
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Ramiz Raja has been held responsible for the sudden resignation of head coach, Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach, Waqar Younis.
This incident is not at all a good sign for the national team as their coaches resigned just a week before the mega event Twenty20 World Cup, and it will definitely affect the performance of the Pakistani team.
On the other hand, cricket fans held Ramiz Raja for the loss and started criticizing him on social media.
On their resignation, Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis shared their thoughts on social media.
Misbah and Waqar step down from coaching roles
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Misbah-ul-Haq said, “The quarantine in Jamaica post the West Indies series provided me with an opportunity to reflect on the past 24 months as well as the schedule for international cricket ahead. Considering that I would have had to continue to spend considerable time away from my family and that too in a bio-secure environment, I have decided to step down from the role.
“I understand that the timing may not be ideal but I don’t think I am in the right frame of mind for the upcoming challenges and it makes sense for someone fresh to step in and take the side forward.
“The past 24 months have been thoroughly enjoyable and I want to thank my team and the management for their support. I wish the Pakistan cricket team best of luck in the upcoming events and will continue to support them every time they will take the field to represent Pakistan.”
Waqar Younis said, “After Misbah shared with me his decision and future plans, it was a straightforward one for me to resign as we had walked into the roles together, had worked collectively as a pair and now also step down together.
“Working with the Pakistan bowlers, including the youngsters, has been most satisfying as they have now started to show progress. Bio-secure environments in the past 16 months have had their impact, something we had never experienced during our playing days.
“The next eight months will be busy and exciting for the Pakistan team and, like in the past, I will continue to back and cheer them. I want to thank each and every member of the Pakistan cricket team set-up as we stayed united in good and bad days, and hope there will be brighter days ahead.”
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