Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Gladiators signs Razzaq as bowling coach

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise, Quetta Gladiators signed former star all-rounder Abdul Razzaq as the assistant/bowling coach for the PSL second edition to be played in UAE in February next year. Razzaq will replace Ian Pont, who was the assistant coach in first edition. Razzaq was added to further beef up the management, which already had the likes of 1992 world cup winner Moin Khan, head coach and West Indian great Sir Vivian Richards, mentor. Razzaq while sharing his views said he is excited to take next step in his career with Gladiators. “I’m really excited to join Quetta Gladiators as assistant/bowling coach because this will be the start of a new phase in my life and what a better team to start with,” Razzaq stated. “There comes a time when you got to step into coaching and management and it’s the reality we must face. I want to thank Moin Khan and Nadeem Omar for showing trust in my abilities and I want to help the players as much as I can with my experience.” The all-rounder who won number of high-profile matches for the country hopes to transfer his knowledge to the next generation. “I hope that Gladiators will do well in the second edition of PSL and I would be able to make little difference I could, I’ll say that I can’t wait to start working with the team.”

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