Mohsin Khan lashed out at PCB544 views
Former Pakistani cricketer, ex-coach and chief selector Mohsin Khan busted up at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) because of ‘ignoring deserving local candidates’ for the position of head coach.
Speaking at a hurriedly held press conference at his Karachi dwelling, the Ex-Test opener who coached Pakistan in eight Tests, captivating six, drawing two, in an enormously triumphant but concise spell all through the 2011-12 season asserted that the coach chase committee that encompasses of legendary cricketers Wasim Akram and Ramiz Raja is ‘too junior’ to interview Mohsin for the gap absent later than Waqar Younis’ resignation last week.
He stated that “I categorically state that I won’t be interviewed by my juniors; both cricketers in the committee started their careers towards the end of mine. If I apply I will address my application to the chairman only,”
Mohsin is a stern critic of PCB policies for all the time since he was abruptly discarded as head coach later than a extensive and difficult series against England in the UAE four years ago.
Whereas under him, Misbahul Haq’s team beaten of that time globe’s number one in the greatest format, prior to Mohsin’s charges were handed out a sound beating in both ODI and T20I formats, 4-0, 2-1. Mohsin is of the view that there was a conspiracy that directed to his expulsion.
He mourned as, “We did fantastically well against England in the Tests, after that a conspiracy was initiated to remove me. You can see how the move destroyed Pakistan cricket since my replacement Dav Whatmore and Waqar both did nothing for our cricket; in fact we have been left in a state of absolute shambles,”
Mohsin crushed no words in his criticism of foreign coaches since he thinks that the supposed ‘high profile’ or specialized coaches are just fascinated in satisfying their coffers.