KARACHI: Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody has been appointed as the top coach of Pakistan Tremendous League’s (PSL) new staff Multan Sultans.
The announcement was made by Multan Sultans Director of Cricket Wasim Akram throughout a ceremony to launch the staff’s package and emblem in Karachi.
“Tom Moody has nice expertise of teaching, particularly for franchise-based mostly cricket. His presence will lead Multan to new heights,” Wasim stated whereas saying the appointment of Moody as the top coach of the franchise.
Moody who represented Australia in eight Tests and seventy six ODIs was coach of Sri Lanka’s nationwide cricket staff from 2005 to 2007. He was additionally the coach of IPL staff Sunrisers Hyderabad and BPL group Rangpur Riders.
The fifty one-yr-previous Moody stated he was excited to be a part of the franchise and was wanting ahead to working with Wasim Akram for making Multan Sultans a fantastic workforce.
“I’m wanting ahead to being concerned with Multan Sultans subsequent yr for the PSL and partnering-up with my previous mate Wasim Akram,” Moody stated in a video message.
“Nice issues forward for the brand new aspect within the PSL. Wanting ahead to working with all of the native expertise and placing collectively an awesome staff for the success sooner or later,” the previous Australian cricketer added.
Wasim Akram, on the event, aimed that he’ll make it possible for Multan emerges because the greatest workforce within the PSL and the franchise additionally contributes in the direction of the improvement of gamers.
He, on behalf of the franchise, additionally introduced Rs 500,000 for the household of deceased cricketer Amir Bashir, a gifted batsman from Multan, who misplaced his life to most cancers in 2010.
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