From Sports Correspondent
LAHORE: Former Test spinner Nadeem Khan has been appointed as the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Director High Performance. The 50-year-old Nadeem has resigned as Coordinator National Men’s Selection Committee with immediate effect and his replacement will be announced in due course.
The position of Director – High Performance has been created after the departures of Director Academies, Mudassar Nazar, and Director Domestic Cricket Operations, Haroon Rashid, who will finish his tenure at the PCB on 31 May.
Director High Performance will be responsible for managing and overseeing both the departments as the PCB believes that the new structure will serve the game and its cricketers in a more smooth way.
Nadeem was one of the 16 candidates who had applied for the role and was subsequently interviewed by Chairman Cricket Committee Iqbal Qasim, former cricketer and member of the Cricket Committee Wasim Akram, Ex-Performance Director – ECB David Parsons and PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan.