It's upto him (Misbah) to decide about his immediate future: Mudassar Nazar

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  1. Del

    Del Cornered Tiger

    Dec 21, 2016
    Pakistan’s former cricketers have questioned the role of head coach-cum-chief selector Misbahul Haq after the Men in Green’s two-nil Test series loss against a dominant Australia Down Under.

    Pakistan’s former Test cricketer Mudassar Nazar has termed the Men in Green’s recent performance as ‘disappointing’ after the team’s clean sweep at the hands of Australia.

    “The two senior players fast-bowlers Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz retired at an unfortunate time which has really affected the team. Misbahul Haq is probably feeling the pressure of his dual appointment however it is upto him to decide about his immediate future,” said Nazar.

    The former batsman believed that it was really hard for the young pacers to perform well in Australia due to the increased pressure.

    “The young pacers were taking part in their first big challenge and were under a lot of pressure. Naseem Shah and Musa Khan played as the main strike bowlers for the team. It is really hard for youngsters to perform well in Australia,” he said.

    Nazar criticised the performance of Pakistan’s skipper Azhar Ali who has not performed upto the mark for the last two years.

    “Azhar Ali has failed to contribute with the bat in the last two years which is a cause for concern. He needs to focus on his performance. Experienced Pakistan sides in the past have also been unsuccessful in Australia. A lot of work needs to be done to end this tradition,” he said.

    Former Test cricketer Mohammad Ilyas also questioned the role of Misbah, however, he stated that the newly appointed head coach-cum-chief selector deserved some time to turn things around for the Men in Green.

    “Misbahul Haq will have to make a decision regarding his future. I believe that he should be given more time. This was just his second series. To apply so much pressure is not right. To hope that a young team can win in Australia is not realistic. I think they would have learned a lot from this experience which will help them in the future. I hope these young players can perform better against Sri Lanka and prove their worth,” said Ilyas.
  2. Del

    Del Cornered Tiger

    Dec 21, 2016
    A) Misbah has been given way too much power.

    B) He is incapable to handler all this power.

    I am certain he will never step down himself, PCB would have to sack him.
  3. Mo Iqbal

    Mo Iqbal Youngsta Beauty

    Dec 27, 2013
    He will never step down he is too stubborn.

    Wasim Khan & Ehsan Mani need to justify why Arthur contract was not renewed and this buffoon was given super powers to be Chief Destroyer/Pathetic Selector of the century.
  4. ShokoTolo_LoloMoto

    ShokoTolo_LoloMoto Banned

    Apr 16, 2010
    "It's up to him"?

    What does this mean? "It's up to him"?

    Is Mudassar saying that Misbah should re-evaluate himself, have a little shame, a die in Chullu bhar peshaab and resign?

    LOL - NOT A TRILLION years!

    Misbah is the kind of dheet jisko jootay maar maar kar nikaalna parega.
  5. Del

    Del Cornered Tiger

    Dec 21, 2016
    @Major - you are the biggest supporter of Misbah. I remember you said, if he becomes head coach than you will start following Pakistan cricket again.

    Wondering what are your thought about him now?
  6. ComradeVenom

    ComradeVenom Tracer Bullet

    Jul 24, 2012
    Forgetting the whole Misbah thing for a second but can we just focus on how shit an interview this is and how little his comments have to offer.

    'Its up to him to decide' is the laziest most childish answer there is.
  7. Patriot

    Patriot Kaptaan

    Oct 8, 2014
    give him at least 1 year
  8. Fireworks11

    Fireworks11 Kaptaan

    Sep 22, 2012
    Quite hilarious. Lol

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