Andy Flower refused to be part of Pakistan team coaching race Former England team coach
Andy Flower refused to be part of Pakistan team coaching race Former England team coach Andy Flower has refused to be considered as a candidate for the head coach position of the Pakistan cricket team.
The decision comes as Pakistan, running out of time to appoint a foreign coach as preparations for the ICC World Cup 2023, which starts early this year. Being the World Cup year, the preparations have to start early.
He also knows that I am busy with franchise cricket. On the proposal of separate captains for the Pakistan team, he said that these days there is a trend of separate captains and coaching staff in all three formats.
In an exclusive interview with Cricket Pakistan’s correspondent in Abu Dhabi, Andy Flower stated that he’s currently busy coaching franchise cricket teams and wants to continue the same in the future.
“I am currently enjoying the duties of franchise cricket, PCB is aware of this and therefore avoided the offer,” he said.
Andy Flower stated that as he is not currently part of the Pakistan dressing room, it would be difficult for him to comment on the captaincy of any specific player.
He emphasized that different players have different ways of scoring runs and that it is the role of the selectors, coach, and captain to work together to maintain the balance of the team.
He used Surya Kumar ADAV as an example of a player with unique skills and innovation in his strokes Andy also commented on the trend of having separate captains and coaching staff for different formats of the game, saying that it depends on the resources and talent of a country’s players