Pak vs NZ: PCB announces team management

According to reports, PCB appointed a team director in the future— Mickey Arthur.

The highly anticipated upcoming T20I and ODI series against New Zealand, which is scheduled to begin on April 14, was announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday.

Grant Bradburn, a former Test cricketer for New Zealand, will serve as the head coach, and Abdul Rehman will serve as his assistant. According to a statement made public by the cricket board, Umar Gul will remain the bowling coach once Andrew Puttick takes over as batting coach.

Rehan-ul-Haq, the general manager of Islamabad United, a two-time Pakistan Super League (PSL) champion, has also been named team manager.

According to reports, Mickey Arthur, a prospective team director in the future, has been chosen to keep the club’s administration in the loop. After the home New Zealand trip, the former national team head coach will be officially announced to assume the position.

Bradburn and Puttick have been selected for the New Zealand series and will travel to Lahore on April 11. After completing the pertinent recruitment processes, which are currently underway, the PCB will confirm the management of the Pakistan team for the post-New Zealand series.

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