Pakistan’s former Test cricketer Mohsin Khan is looking forward to applying for the post of Pakistan cricket team’s coaching.
While talking to the media on Saturday, Khan said that he is ready to serve for Pakistan’s cricket in any role. “Pakistan is my first priority and I always wish to contribute for Pakistan,” he said.
The right-handed batsman, on the other hand, also criticized the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for advertising the post of team’s coaching. “It is not good to force legendary players to apply for the post of coaching,” Khan added.
Pakistan’s former coach, who recently left his job as the chairman of PCB’s cricket committee, confirmed that he didn’t get any offer from the board yet. “No, it is not true. PCB hasn’t contacted me yet for any post,” he replied to a question.
It is pertinent to mention here that the PCB has advertised for the post of head coach, batting, bowling and fielding coaches of the national team. Earlier, the board had decided to not extend the contract of Mickey Arthur.