Misbah ul Haq has trampled under as a chief selector of the Pakistan Cricket Team as he is contemplating ahead to directing on his head coach’s job. The declaration came in the understanding of the latest code of ethics of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
As per the new ethics codes, a singular person can capture a single post in his tenure. The law is appropriate for PCB and the Pakistan Super League (PSL) staff, directors, etc.
Also, lecturing his accomplishment from the encounter he has been settled for two posts, the consequences are inferred as repugnant as the team scarcely has won any matches. Distinctly, he was appointed for dual roles back in September 2019.
“Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani wanted a new ethics code as in recent years there have been numerous complaints and issues of multiple roles by its officials, employees or members leading to a conflict of interest situation in their respective roles,” a source had been quoted as saying by the Hindustan Times.
“All such people who are doing dual jobs/roles and there is an element of conflict of interest in their roles will have to now give up one or two of their roles,” the source had earlier said.
Who will be the next chief selector after Misbah ul Haq has stepped down?
According to the columns, the new chief selector will begin his duties by 1st December and till then, Misbah will be conducting on selection duties. He is likely to publish the squads against Zimbabwe and New Zealand series.
There is a listing of candidates who can have a grasp on the vacant post as Shoaib Akhtar has indicated at Mohammad Akram, who is a British Pakistani cricketer and coaches Peshawar Zalmi as well.
Also, Wasim Akram stated that,
“We are in conversation with Mohammad Akram but two more contestants are under consideration for the role.”