‘Tough task awaits new manager’

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    KARACHI:
    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has wasted little time in conveying to the new Pakistan team manager Naveed Akram Cheema that maintaining discipline in the camp would be his utmost responsibility during the forthcoming tour of Zimbabwe.

    Cheema, a member of the PCB’s governing board, replaced the experienced Intikhab Alam for the tour and will accompany the squad to Zimbabwe where Pakistan will play one Test, three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20s.

    It has been reliably learnt that the PCB, considering the controversial past few months following the reported differences in the team management, has already started giving guidelines to Cheema who managed Pakistan ‘A’ on their tour of the West Indies.

    “Cheema is an experienced person but managing the national team is a serious job,” a PCB official told The Express Tribune.”Obviously maintaining discipline would be his main responsibility and he’d be given guidelines on several sensitive topics including that.

    Full story - ‘Tough task awaits new manager’ – The Express Tribune
     

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