According to the reports, the former chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt has advised his successor Zaka Ashraf to hire a blind person to coach national cricket team.
Butt feels that following an extraordinary performance by the Pakistan blind cricket team, a sightless guy will be a perfect option to mentor Men in Green.
After his comments, majority of cricket gurus have started rating the ex PCB head as the most appropriate person for the position. They argued that the way Butt made vision-less decisions during his regime; a lot of people doubt his eyesight.
Before quitting the hot seat, Butt told reporters that the Board had been negotiating with a foreigner for the post. Although, any confirmation about the name is yet to hit the headlines, it has been learnt that Bollywood’s hot artist, Rakhi Sawant is the
‘expected’ next coach.
Since Rakhi is a wonderful dancer and a few Pakistani players love to show their moves, she is likely to shoulder her responsibilities in a terrific way.
Besides this, the present interim coach kisses the players every time they left the field after winning a contest. The guys have become so habitual of being kissed that the PCB now cannot afford a coach who does not know how to. Therefore, Rakhi has decent
chances to be appointed as the next person in command.
When asked about the speculations, Rakhi said, “I am ready for the responsibility. I am a sizzling and hot actress and thus, I shall be able to create a fire among the Cornered Tigers. I love Shahid Afridi. Sushmita Sen’s friend, Wasim Akram told me that
Afridi is hot… and cool as well. How lovely, he is hot and cool at the same time.”
The controversial Bollywood star also hinted drastic changes to the squad, saying that she will hurl Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan out of the side because she does not like uncles.
The decision about the final appointment of the coach is likely to be announced within next few years and till then Mohsin will keep on working as the interim coach.
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