NCA Head Coach Muhammad Akram resigns


Lahore: PCB’s National Cricket Academy’s Head Coach resigns from his position.

According to a statement PCB’s National Academy Head Coach Muhammad Akram has resigned due to his personal issues he still has 3 months to serve as per his contract with the National Academy. He said he would like to devote his time to his family living in London as its difficult for him to coach in Lahore and stay away from his family
On the other end its been disclosed that differences had occurred between Muhammad Akram and the PCB on issuing a Show Cause notice to him for participating as an expert commentator on a TV channel covering the Pakistan England series being played at UAE. The Board asked for an explanation but the former bowling coach instead of giving any clarification opted to resign.

It may be noted that a few weeks back Muhammad Akram came to UAE as a coach for the A team, he has also remained a bowling coach for the Pakistan Cricket team. The 41 years old Muhammad Akram has played 9 tests and 23 One Day matches.