Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's special adviser Naeem ul Haq said – Misbah not fit for head coach
Just two months ago, Misbah was given the dual responsibility of Head Coach and Chief Selector.
Dainik BhaskarNov 30, 2019, 12:59 PM IST Sports Desk. After the very poor performance of the Pakistan cricket team in Australia, questions have been raised on the head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq. Special Advisor to Prime Minister Imran Khan Naeem-ul-Haq has said that Misbah-ul-Haq should be removed from both these posts immediately. Pakistan lost the first T20 series 2–0 against Australia. After this, he also got a tough defeat in the first Test in Brisbane. Now he is in trouble even in Adelaide.
The Prime Minister is also a friend, Naeem-ul-Haq, a close friend and special advisor to Prime Minister Imran seeking to remove Naeemmisbah from the dual responsibilities of Head Coach and Chief Selector. Even after the loss in the Brisbane Test, he called Misbah an unsuccessful coach and selector in an interview. Now Pakistan's condition is bad in second test also. Naeem said in a tweet, "Our team continues to perform extremely poorly in Australia. The Chief Selector and Head Coach should be removed immediately. A good performance cannot be expected from this team.
Terrible continuous performance by our team in Australia needs a change of the coach / chief selector. There is not even a slight hope for a decent performance.— Naeem ul Haque (@naeemul_haque) November 29, 2019
One can be removed from the post MisbahPakistan's famous sports journalist, Dr Numan Niaz, says that one of the responsibilities can be withdrawn from Misbah after the Australian tour. Niaz said in a TV show with former wicketkeeper and captain Rashid Latif, "I have strong insider information that after returning from Australia, Misbah will be either the chief selector or the head coach. After such a poor performance, he himself will have to think about it. PCB Chairman Favor Mani Misbah is not in favor of giving more chances. ”Misbah held both positions at the end of September. After this, Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan in their T20 series 3–0 on their own soil.