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Moin Khan emerges as favourite to take over as Pak coach following Whatmore's exit

Moin KhanKarachi, Dec 21 - Former Pakistani captain Moin Khan has reportedly emerged as a favourite to take over as head coach of the Pakistani team with current coach Dav Whatmore set to depart after the ongoing home series against Sri Lanka in the UAE.

Whatmore, who remained under criticism throughout his two-year stay, said he was not willing to continue after his contract expires in February next year and after he leaves, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) needs to find a new coach before the Asia Cup, starting from February next year and the World Twenty20, starting on March.

Moin Khan urges PCB to sack ''overrated'' Whatmore

Moin-KhanJohannesburg, Mar 1 : Former wicket keeper Moin Khan has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to sack national team coach, Dav Whatmore, whom he branded overrated, following their 3-0 Test humiliation against South Africa.

Pakistan flopped miserably against the world number one Test team, losing the first Test by 211 runs, the second by four wickets and the last by an innings and 18 runs, Sport24 reports.

Whatmore masterminded Sri Lanka''s triumph in the 1996 World Cup and led minnows Bangladesh to their first-ever Test series victory and their first appearance in the World Cup Super Eights in 2007, but Khan said he was not up to the job.

Moin Khan Full Of Praise For MSD

Moin Khan Full Of Praise For MSDFormer Pakistan wicket keeper Moin Khan has praised Indian cricket team for bagging the Asia Cup after 15 years.

Moin also admired caption Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his 'self-control and calmness'.

He said, "India proved itself to be the best team under pressure in the event. Sri Lanka looked the best but the Indians came good when it mattered the most and this is the sign of a good team."

PCB should allow all ICL players to play for country again: Moin Khan

PCB should allow all ICL players to play for country again: Moin KhanLahore, June 13 : Former Pakistan captain, Moin Khan, has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to allow all rebel ICL players to play for the country once again.

Referring to the return of all-rounder Abdul Razzaq in the national squad, Khan expressed the hope that the PCB would allow more ICL players to represent the country.

"I hope this is the start of a process through which all other ICL players are allowed to try and represent their national team," The Daily Times quoted Khan, as saying.

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