Former national cricket team captain Misbah-ul-Haq’s tenure as chief selector of Pakistan cricket team has ended
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had selected the 46-year-old as head coach and chief selector in September 2019 regardless of many ‘conflict of interest’ reservations from several top players and specialists.
A release by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had specified that the new chief selector will take his responsibilities on 1 December.
Reports are coming that the National Selection Committee including PCB’s provincial coaches has also been dissolved. The board has decided to form a new selection committee in the old style.
The new selection committee comprises of chief selector and three members.
The opinion of provincial coaches will be taken into deliberation in the selection of the new selection committee team.
Former Test cricketer Muhammad Akram is considered as a strong contender for the new chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team.