Inzamam-ul-Haq, who used to be the captain of Pakistan’s Test team, started his new job as the head picker of the national men’s team on Monday. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that Inzamam had started his job as the team’s top selector. Inzamam is 53 years old.
Inzamam-ul-Haq appointed as national men’s team chief selector
Last week, Inzamam was a Cricket Technical Committee (CTC) member. He has since quit, and his replacement will be named soon. Before, Inzamam was the top selector from 2016 to 2019. Sarfaraz Ahmed led the team that he chose to win the Champions Trophy in 2017. The former Test cricketer will work with Pakistan team head Mickey Arthur again to pick the national teams for the upcoming Afghanistan series, Asia Cup, and World Cup.
Misbah-ul-Haq, who is in charge of the CTC, suggested that Inzamam be hired by Zaka Ashraf, who is in order of the PCB Management Committee. Mohammad Hafeez, who used to be captain, is also a member of the CTC.
The committee is supposed to make suggestions about cricket, including but not limited to the overall domestic structure, scheduling, playing conditions, the appointment of the national selection committees, the work of national team coaches, central and domestic contracts, and plans for the development of umpires, referees, and curators. They will also be able to ask more cricket experts and will have to give regular reports to the head of the PCB Management Committee.