Pakistan’s Chairman of the Cricket Board (PCB), Ramiz Raja, has been held liable for the sudden resignation of Head Coach Waqar Younis, Misbah-ul-Haq, and Bowling Coach.
The incident is certainly not a good sign for the national team, as their coaches will depart just a week before the Twenty20 World Cup mega event, and it is sure to influence the squad’s performances.
Cricket supporters, on the other side, detained Ramiz Raja for losing and began to criticise him on social media.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis shared through social media about their resignation.
Misbah and Waqar are not in charge
Misbah-ul-Haq stated, “The post-Western Indian isolation of Jamaica has provided me with an opportunity to think on both the international cricket season and the preceding 24 months. In view of the fact that I had to spend extensive time outside my family and that I also decided to give up the position in a bio-safe environment.
They will represent Pakistan every time they take the field.”
“I recognise that the time may not be perfect, but I don’t think I’ll be in the appropriate spirit for the challenges ahead and it makes sense for someone new to step in and move on.
Waqar Younis said, “It has been straightforward for me to give in, because Misbah has discussed with me his decisions and future plans, we have worked together and now also have to stand down together.
“It has been a pleasure for the past 24 months, and I would like to thank my colleagues and the management for their support. I would want to wish Pakistan Cricket Team every opportunity for the upcoming events.
“It was particularly satisfying to work with Pakistani bowlers, including young people, as they began to demonstrate success. In the last 16 months, organically secure surroundings have been affected, something that we have never experienced in our playtime.
“The next eight months will be exciting and busy for the Pakistani team and I will continue to encourage them, as in the past. I would like to congratulate every member of Pakistan’s cricket squad as we were standing together for both good and terrible times and hope that the days ahead are brighter.”