Pakistan captain Sana Mir is more likely to lose captaincy in addition to her place within the workforce after Pakistan’s dismal efficiency within the ICC Ladies’s World Cup in England.
“She (Sana) failed to steer Pakistan in a correct approach. Her personal efficiency too was not passable. The board is more likely to take a choice subsequent week about her future position within the staff,” a supply within the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) advised APP on Monday.
The nationwide ladies’s group ended their woeful World Cup marketing campaign on Saturday after struggling a 15-run defeat by the hands of the struggling Sri Lankans. General, this was their seventh straight defeat within the prestigious occasion.
The Mir-led aspect additionally completed as the one outfit within the event to be defeated in all fixtures they performed.
The group had arrived again residence early Monday.
The PCB supply stated all-rounder Bismah Maroof is more likely to be the subsequent selection for the board to steer the nationwide workforce.
“As per my info, Sana will lose each captaincy and her place within the staff. Bismah will probably be handed over the reigns of the group’s stewardship. She is a seasoned participant and through the years has advanced right into a reliable participant,” he stated.
The 25-yr-previous Bismah, who’s Pakistan’s second-most skilled participant in ODIs after Sana, was dominated out of the Ladies’s World Cup as a result of a hand damage in Pakistan’s match towards England early within the event. She was changed by all-rounder Iram Javed.
The supply stated ladies group’s coach Sabih Azhar can also be more likely to lose his job.
“The workforce displayed a poor present in all of the areas underneath him. He was not appointed coach on everlasting foundation and through his brief stint with the workforce he did not impress,” he added.
The supply stated that the board was contemplating appointing a brand new coach for the ladies’s workforce from the Nationwide Cricket Academy’s coaches.
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