National High-Performance Center wicket-keeping coach Atiqul Zaman has resigned from his post. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) sources have confirmed that Atiqul Zaman has resigned on family grounds while the PCB has accepted his resignation. According to sources, Atiq-ul-Zaman will leave for England in the next few days. His family resides in England.
Wicket-keeping coach Atiqul Zaman resigned
A few days ago, rumors regarding the resignation of Atiqul Zaman and extensive changes in the National High-Performance Center. Sources said that Atiqul Zaman was not satisfied with his responsibilities at the National High-Performance Center. He also mentioned this to Nadeem Khan, Director, National High-Performance Center was dissatisfied with the work. He has resigned and the concerns of Atiq-ul-Zaman have not been taken into consideration.
The bowling coach of National High-Performance Center and former fast bowler Muhammad Zahid, who came from England before Atiq-ul-Zaman, has resigned and returned to England. It should be noted that former chief executive PCB Wasim Khan also belonged to England. He too has resigned and returned to England. According to sources, Nadeem Khan, director of the National High-Performance Center, is also in the news. Sources said that he is also likely to resign in the next few weeks. While the National High-Performance Center and Domestic Cricket are likely to be separated.