The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approached the former Pakistan cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq and have offered him the post of chief selector.
ARY News reported that the current Afghanistan coach is asked by the PCB to become chief selector of the national side because of his experience and highly successful stint with the Afghanistan cricket team. Inzamam is yet to make a decision on this and has asked PCB to give him some time so that he can analyse the situation before taking this massive step.
Yesterday the PCB chairman had said, during the Annual General Meeting, that the board is will announce the selection panel in the next couple of days.
Inzamam-ul-Haq played international cricket for Pakistan for a period of 15 years and accumulated more than 11000 runs in ODIs and close to 9000 runs in test matches for Pakistan. He is considered as one of the top most cricketers Pakistan has ever produced and his services for Pakistan are hidden from no one. His ongoing stint with Afghanistan team has been a highly successful one and in the recently concluded World T20 in India his side defeated the to-be champions West Indies in the group stage match.