LOCAL COACH CAN?T GET RID OF TEAM?S PROBLEMS: ASHRAF

LAHORE: Former chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Dr Nasim Ashraf, believes that a local coach can’t get rid of the problems in the national team.In a private television interview, Ashraf expressed his disappointment over the recent performances by the national team.“I don’t think so that a local coach will work for the Pakistan team. It seems like they are playing cricket 10 years back. Their recent performances have really...

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