Ramiz Raja Proposes a Distinctive Resolution for Pakistan’s T20I Crew


Former captain and present commentator, Ramiz Raja, has suggested that Pakistan ought to have a separate coach for the T20I format who understands the fashionable recreation and may also help to take the group ahead within the shortest format of the sport.


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Ramiz stated that Pakistan can go forward with Misbah-ul-Haq because the Check coach and somebody who’s a T20 specialist because the coach of the T20I aspect. He believes that such coach would assist the event of younger cricketers in several elements of the sport, corresponding to power-hitting and dying bowling.

The previous opener added that the Pakistan group additionally must appoint a group director, which is consistent with the fashionable pondering.

“If you happen to begin fearing defeats, you find yourself dropping. I really feel, and in keeping with trendy pondering, this group wants a director. Till and except you don’t streamline the teaching system in U-19 group, the A group, the academies, the first-class group and the Pakistan group, the most important points is not going to be resolved,” he stated.


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Ramiz additionally believes that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) ought to look to nominate head coaches on short-term offers.

He stated, “If in case you have gone to South Africa, choose a neighborhood cricketer with data of the native circumstances and convey him to the group. This long-term foundation backfires and we have to give attention to short-term teaching stints and in keeping with the excursions.”

Ramiz has been extremely important of the group administration’s selections on Pakistan’s tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe and earlier said that present Pakistan captain, Babar Azam, ought to take cost of the group and make the ultimate selections concerning the group choice.

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