PCB again appoints Inzimam as chief selector

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Monday that former Pakistan captain Inzamamul Haq has again been appointed as national men’s chief selector.

This will be Inzamam’s second tenure as the chief selector, having been given the same role in 2016, which he left after his term finished three years later in 2019. Inzamam led Pakistan in 31 Test matches, winning 11 and losing 11 while nine ended in draw. He also led Pakistan in 87 ODIs with 51 wins and 33 losses while three matches ended with no result.

Inzamam will head a selection committee that also includes Mickey Arthur, Grant Bradburn and also a secretary Hasan Cheema, who is dealing with data analysts for the Pakistan team.

No other former Pakistani player was named on the committee which was headed by Haroon Rasheed, who was part of the former Management Committee. Rasheed was appointed as the selection committee chief in January of this year, following the removal of Muhammad Wasim from the same role in December 2022. However, Rasheed stepped down from the position last month.

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