Lahore. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Saturday appointed Grant Bradburn as the head coach of the Pakistan men’s cricket team. Bradburn’s two-year contract
Has been given. Earlier, he was appointed as the interim coach for Pakistan’s home series against New Zealand in April. Pakistan had won both the T20 International and ODI series against New Zealand. Last month, the PCB had said in a press release that it would appoint the coach at the end of the New Zealand series, which ended on May 7.
The board named Andrew Puttick as the batting coach, while Umar Gul was appointed as the bowling coach and Abdul Rehman as Bradburn’s assistant coach. Bradburn, a former New Zealand cricketer, was earlier Pakistan’s fielding coach in 2018. He has also served as the team’s head of high-performance.
Inputs From: News24 Hindi
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