Multan Sultans head coach, Andy Flower, has revealed that their determination to exchange Shan Masood as captain of the franchise had an hostile influence on the staff. He mentioned that the choice ought to have been made a lot sooner because the staff required extra time to take care of such a sudden change.
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Multan changed opener, Shan Masood, with wicket-keeper batsman, Mohammad Rizwan, as captain of the franchise days earlier than the beginning of the sixth version of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL).
The efficiency of the staff confirmed a steep decline within the season, after topping the PSL factors desk in final yr’s version, Multan at the moment sit on the fifth place with only one win in 5 matches.
“I believe it did have an effect on us in a means truly, being so near the beginning of the match. Shan [Masood] is and was a really well-respected captain. He did do a extremely good job [last season], I agree and did a superb job with the bat as effectively. However we determined to make the change and it upset the equilibrium of the group somewhat, that is an sincere reply,” mentioned Flower.
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Though Flower admitted the error on their half, he lauded the captaincy and the efficiency of their new captain, Mohammad Rizwan.
Flower was hopeful of a superb efficiency within the Abu Dhabi leg by his staff and mentioned that the staff, together with Shan Masood, is true behind the captain and they’re wanting ahead to a terrific expertise.
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