PCB requests Misbah to hang on till 2016 England series

Chairman Shahryar Khan says Test captain will inform the board about his decision after the UAE series concludes

Sports Desk October 29, 2015

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan on Thursday said that they have requested Misbahul Haq to ponder over captaining the Test team till the 2016 series against England, Express News reported.

Shahryar said that Misbahul Haq will inform the PCB about his decision after the UAE series where Pakistan is leading 1-0 after two matches in the three-Test series.

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The PCB chairman said the board has requested him to delay his retirement, if he is considering it, for one more year.

Meanwhile, Shahryar also commented about Younus Khan's inclusion in the ODIs.

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He said that he had a conversation with the selection committee on matter concerning the veteran batsman but nothing has been finalised as yet.

Sharyar further talked about the letter that was sent was the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to express regret over the Mumbai incident.

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Hindu right-wing party Shiv Sena has stormed the BCCI headquarter in a violent protest demanding the cancellation of the bilateral talks with the PCB officials.

Shahryar said that BCCI was regretful of the incident and forwarded and apology.


Sam | 5 years ago | Reply You have done great things for Pakistan and it is very well appreciated. I agree with others, it will be best gift to you and Pakistan cricket if team has your services in England and win it all.
JD | 5 years ago | Reply A fairytale ending it would be if we beat England in England after the 2010 debacle. The captain who took charge of the boat entangled in a whirlpool successfully steering it out, putting it on course and say farewell. P.S - M.Amir should definitely be in the series. I want to see how Alastair Cook crosses the 30 run mark when Amir and Wahab/Junaid attacks with the new ball.
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