Najam Sethi, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s executive committee, recently made the decision to rehire Mark Coles as the national women’s team’s head coach.
At lunchtime on the second day of the first Test between Pakistan and New Zealand, Sethi said that, just like they were during his previous term, foreign coaches are the solution for national teams.
“For the sake of ending the pervasive culture of favouritism, we must hire coaches from outside. Mark Coles will be rejoining the squad as the women’s team’s coach “Rather than keeping it all to himself, he gave some out.
From 2017 till 2019, Coles led Pakistan’s women’s national team as its head coach. He resigned after Ehsan Mani was named PCB chairman.
Sethi said they needed to consider about the women’s league that was started by previous chairman Ramiz Raja.
“We’ll be giving this a lot of careful consideration because of how crucial it is. Since we live in the twenty-first century, we can create a league for female cricket players to compete in as franchises “And he went on to say.
Reports also indicate that Mickey Arthur, coach of the Pakistan men’s squad, will be returning to his previous role. Derbyshire County signed him to a three-year deal.