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  1. Umairee95
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  2. Mercenary
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    A sixth team means more opportunities for more Pakistani players. So that's good but if they keep playing non T20 players just because they are 'big names' then nothing will change.
     
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    Couldn't be further from the truth!

    Even with so many finished big name players and non t20 players in the league, PSL has still done very well to find good players in just 2 seasons.

    Players like Shadab, Hassan Ali and Fakhar would be nowhere near the team if it wasn't for the PSL. Currently they are seen as the brightest talents in the country (definitely Shadab and Hassan atleast).
    Shadab just won a series vs west indies whilst Hassan just won the game vs SA in CT. Instant results from a season each of PSL!

    Not just that stars of PSL such as Shareel and Nawaz also made a name for themselves but ruined it through well documented reasons.

    All Pakistan has to do is make sure the quality is kept at a high standard and more talent will come through the system due to exposure. Can't wait for PSL 3 and to see which new players it will unveil
     
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    More opportunities for mediocre players like Faithal Iqbal
     
  5. Mercenary
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    Unveiling players and honing players are two different things. Having so many past it and not suitable for T20 players clogging up the teams means the level of competition isnt as high as it should be.

    If every player was suited to T20 then scores would be higher, games would be tighter and batsmen would get practise chasing.
     
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    I disagree. Some good players were missing out with 5 teams. However 6 is the perfect number. We should keep the number of teams to 6 otherwise the quality will go down.
     
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    No, it won't go down. We should eventually go up to 10 and cap off there. Tailunt bahut hai. But that's a long time away.
     
  8. Mercenary
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    Anything beyond 8 teams is ridiculous for a tournament of that length.
     
  9. Rhythm
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    Lengthen the tournament then. Anyway, this is long term thinking. Not suggesting this right now.
     
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    A place discuss all news related to PSL's newest franchise
     
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    PSL's newest team is Multan, worth $41.6 million

    The Pakistan Super League (PSL) on Thursday welcomed its newest outfit, Multan, which will feature in the third edition of the tournament to be held in 2018.

    Dubai-based Schon Group met the reserve price of $5.2 million per year for an eight year contract, in a contest that had 10 bidders. The total contract is therefore worth $41.6 million.

    Multan is Pakistan's fifth largest city. For its rich Islamic and Sufi tradition, it is known as the City of Saints.

    Karachi Kings was until now the most expensive team, with the ARY Group purchasing it for $2.6m per year for 10 years.

    The other teams of PSL Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators were purchased for $2.5m, $1.6m, $1.5m and $1.1m respectively.

    The Schon Group is a Dubai based group, owned by a family which has its roots in Pakistan.

    With the inclusion of a sixth team, the number of matches played in the PSL is also set to be increased. PSL Chairman Najam Sethi is aiming to host at least four matches of the PSL's third edition in Pakistan.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1336755
     
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    Mohammad Hafeez likely to become captain of Multan Sultans for PSL 3

    LAHORE (Daily Dunya) – Star player Mohammad Hafeez is likely to take over the captaincy of sixth Pakistan Super League (PSL) team ‘Multan Sultans’ for third edition as the authorities are considering his name.

    Sources told that former Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene will be the vice captain of the team whereas Australian player Michael Clarke is a strong candidate for coaching.

    It is to be mentioned here that Mohammad Hafeez presented Peshawar Zalmi in previous editions.

    One player each from every team and category will be selected for Multan Sultans. It was also learnt that Shoaib Malik was earlier contacted for the captaincy but he refused to supervise new team.

    http://dunyanews.tv/en/Cricket/395924-Mohammad-Hafeez-likely-to-become-captain-of-Multan
     
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    Multan Sultans reunite Wasim, Waqar for PSL

    Once the most feared bowling partnership, Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram will be reunited at the PSL's newest franchise Multan Sultans. Younis will be the franchise's mentor and head coach, while Akram will take the role of cricket operations director after deciding to leave Islamabad United. The official signing of the agreement, ESPNcricinfo understands, is expected to take place in Karachi in the third week of August.

    Akram spent two contrasting seasons with United, including winning the championship during the inaugural tournament in 2015. However, their second season suffered after three of their key players - Mohammad Irfan, Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan - were embroiled in a corruption scandal and were suspended. It is learnt that United captain Misbah-ul-Haq, who recently retired from international cricket, was being considered to act as a mentor to fill in for Akram.

    Younis, who has had two stints with Pakistan as the national head coach, was originally ignored for the first two seasons of the PSL. But with the addition of a sixth team for the third season, he was approached in June to join Multan - which is owned by The Schön Group, a Dubai-based enterprise, well-established in the real-estate business in Pakistan. After the coaching stint with Pakistan, Younis appeared on various TV networks as a commentator.

    Both Akram and Younis dominated world cricket in the 1990s with their fear-inducing bowling, but the duo often shared a strained relationship during their playing days. In the 61 Tests that the two played together, they took 559 wickets between them. Akram took 282 wickets, and Younis, 277. They are the third most prolific fast-bowling duo after Curtly Ambrose-Courtney Walsh and James Anderson-Stuart Broad.

    Over the years, both players moved on from their past rift, with Younis once expressing regret on having a troubled relation with Akram. This PSL venture with Multan will be the first time they will work together since their retirements in 2003.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan/content/story/1114789.html
     
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    Kashmir or Gilgit Baltistan deserved it more than this team.
     
  15. Mohsin
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    LMAO Hafeez? Though i suppose i didnt win Peshawar the semi final...but apart from that...

    Also, they took Wasim ffs
     
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    No Wasim-Waqar reunion for Multan Sultans

    A dream reunion of fast-bowling greats Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis is off the cards after the latter failed to reach an agreement with Multan Sultans to become their head coach. And to no surprise to fans familiar with their playing careers, it seems as if their relationship - often tumultuous and strained during their playing days - has played a role.

    Waqar, who has had two stints with Pakistan as the national head coach, was not involved in the first two seasons of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). But with the addition of a sixth team for the third season, he was approached in June to join Multan Sultans - owned by the Schön Group, a Dubai-based enterprise well-established in the real-estate business in Pakistan. The franchise had already signed Akram as director of cricket operations.

    "I have been in discussions with them but sadly we didn't reach a final agreement," Waqar told ESPNcricinfo. "They [Multan owners] are good people and I was delighted to have an offer mainly because the idea of reuniting with Wasim Akram was fascinating. Both of us working for the same cause of cricket for the same team would have been great. I wish Wasim bhai very good luck with his plans to form his own team."

    During an interview with Geo Sports the previous night, however, Waqar had given the merest hint of his problems with Akram being part of the reason. Though he struck a conciliatory note there as well, and thanked the franchise for considering him, he did add: "Wasim bhai will make whatever team they put together and probably I don't come in that plan... which I have probably never been in his plans.

    "I always wanted to be part of Multan because it's linked with where I'm from, the city and region of South Punjab where I am from, so it's unfortunate."

    Both Akram and Waqar dominated world cricket in the 1990s, despite differences in their relationship. Over the years, both players have moved on, with Waqar even expressing regret over the way things were. This PSL venture with Multan would have been the first time they would have worked together since their retirements in 2003.

    In the 61 Tests that the two played together, they took 559 wickets between them - 282 for Akram, 277 for Waqar. They are the third most prolific fast-bowling duo after West Indians Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh, and English spearheads James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

    Akram has had two stints with Islamabad United, winning the inaugural championship in 2016. The 2017 season was less successful, beginning with three of the franchise's cricketers - Mohammad Irfan, Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan - embroiled in a spot-fixing scandal.

    Multan Sultans refused to comment but confirmed that they had been in discussions with Waqar. They had a shoot planned with Waqar and Akram in Multan today, but it has been postponed after the deal fell through.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan/content/story/1117496.html
     
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    Debutants Multan prioritise player development over PSL success

    KARACHI: Multan, the city of saints as they called it, is the latest inductee in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), as they entered the tournament with the Multan Sultans.

    The franchise was sold for $5.2 million per year and became the tournaments’ most expensive team ahead of Karachi Kings.

    The franchise will be making its debut in the tournament’s third edition, and even though they will be the new kids on the block, they will have an advantage over other franchises having learnt from the others in the first two editions.

    While any franchises would aim for success from the word go, Asher Schon has other things in mind.

    “Multan is an emerging brand that resonates with both the local and international markets,” said Schon while talking to The Express Tribune. “Our plan is bigger than just success in PSL. We are determined to extend our reach to the people of Pakistan, focus on domestic cricket on the later stages and bring to fruition plans to identify new talent.”

    Multan hired former Pakistan captain and legendary left-arm pacer Wasim Akram as the operations director, and Schon believes he has a big role to play in the franchise’s long term plans. “In the long run, we are ideally looking at setting up a cricket academy under the supervision of Akram,” he said. “But in the short run, we are focused on developing and grooming players and preparing them to be successful cricketers both for Multan and Pakistan.”

    Player development is a key aspect of any franchises’ success in the PSL, and Schon described that Multan have numerous steps in sight. “When we talk about player development, there are a lot of areas that need to be considered,” he said. “Our strategy is to get the right mentor and coach and empower them to develop our players. That is why our main emphasis is on getting the best international and local cricketers to join us as players, trainers and mentors.”

    Schon further revealed that the trials would initially be held in Multan but the franchise is working on arrangements to hold trials across the country. “Our starting point for the trials would be Multan initially and across the country later. We have a plan in motion so it would be a little too early to comment on that, but yes, it is on the map,” he said.

    After the first two editions, franchises faced criticism for having retired players as captains or are in their late 30’s but Schon believes that the future of cricket is in the hands of the youngsters and they should be given more opportunities.

    “We strongly believe that promoting young talent is always a better idea as it motivates fresh talent to excel,” he said. “That is why having a young captain is top of our priority list and will more likely bring out hidden gems.”

    While other franchises have expanded their involvement in different leagues all over the world, but Schon intends to keep Multan’s focus solely on the PSL. “As of now, all our focus is on PSL as we are a new team. With a fresh team and a new approach, we want to keep PSL as our primary focus but getting involved in foreign T20 leagues is an option that can be considered later,” he said.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1501092/debutants-multan-prioritise-player-development-psl-success/
     
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    Australia’s Tom Moody to coach Multan Sultans


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    KARACHI: Australia’s former cricketer Tom Moody is all set to coach the newly launched team of Pakistan Super League (PSL), Multan Sultans.

    In the launching ceremony of the team in Karachi, Multan Sultans’ director of cricket Wasim Akram announced Moody as the head coach and praised him for his great experience of coaching specially in franchise-based cricket. He said, “Tom Moody’s presence will lead Multan to new heights.”

    Moody previously coached Sri Lanka's team from 2005 to 2007, IPL’s Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rangpur Riders in BPL.

    Tom Moody has played for Australia in eight Tests and 76 One-day Internationals.

    In a video message, former Australian player said, “I am looking forward to being involved with Multan Sultans next year for the PSL and partnering up with my old mate Wasim Akram.”

    He further added that he looks forward to working with the local talent and putting up great team.

    Wasim Akram hoped for Multan Sultans to emerge as the best team in the PSL tournament and contributing in development of the players.

    The franchise also announced Rs 500,000 for the family of late Pakistani cricketer Amir Bashir who belonged from Multan and died in 2010.

    https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/231836-Australias-Tom-Moody-to-coach-Multan-Sultans
     
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    Multan Sultans unveil logo, team kit (VIDEO + PHOTOS)
    • Swing master Wasim Akram joins as Director Cricket, while former Australian star Tom Moody appointed as Head Coach
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    KARACHI – Multan Sultans – the sixth franchise of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), unveiled its kit and the logo in an impressive ceremony. The Schön Group won the rights to the sixth PSL franchise, amongst as many as 30 companies, and 12 submitting bids, to choose Multan as the base city for the new franchise.



    Speaking at the occasion of the logo and kit launch, Asher Schon, Director, Multan Sultans said: “It is great to see everyone welcoming Multan Sultans, the love and enthusiasm is surreal and makes us feel very proud on making the right choice of the team, our logo symbolizes power and visually positions our determination to lead the way, be it on-field or off-field.”

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    Multan Sultans also announced Wasim Akram – the Sultan of swing as their Director Cricket. Akram, who has been an integral part of various T20 cricket franchises around the world and has played a key role in setting the tone upright for his teams, by devising strategies and delivering the perfect winning combination.

    Commenting on his association with Multan Sultans, Wasim Akram said, “I am very excited to be a part of Multan Sultans, I look forward to contributing in my complete capacity to produce players capable of competing and excelling.”

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    Speaking about the success of PSL, Akram commented: “The third season of PSL will be even more enthralling as it will feature Multan Sultans as the sixth team, and will be a treat for the crowd which will now get to see more home games, after the successful return of international cricket in the country.”

    The franchise also announced former Australian star, Tom Moody as Head Coach of Multan Sultans. Moody comes with great experience of coaching, with a varied set of roles in franchise T20 cricket, county cricket and the former coach of Sri Lankan cricket team, where he led them to the final of the 2007 World Cup.

    Regarding Moody’s appointment, Asher Schon, said, “I believe in Tom we have found the ideal man for this role. He possesses years of coaching experience with various franchises which enables him to play a crucial role in nurturing young talent and player development.”

    Multan Sultans enter the circuit just at a time when cricket is flourishing with a memorable victory in the ICC Champions Trophy, followed by a triumphant Independence Cup, which ended the long and tough journey for fans who have been deprived of the opportunity to witness international cricket.

    https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/sports/multan-sultans-unveil-logo-team-kit-video-photos/
     
  20. Munna
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    Nice kit... one of the better ones of the league tbh

    Tom Moody is a very good selection too. Seems like Multan are playing their cards well already.
     
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    Tom Moody is a great signing but they also signed the Godfather of fixing

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    The kit is pretty awesome and moody us a great sign up.

    Let's see what they do.
     
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    So are you going to support your hometown now?
     
  24. Mohsin
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    Nice logo

    Kit is nothing special...just reminds me of Jamaica
     
  25. Munna
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    My hometown is Karachi *spits paan ki peek towards Pindi*
     
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    How many times in a minute do you say Abay?
     
  27. Munna
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    Jaani it depends how many times I open my mouth to say something.
     
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    Jaani? I said Karachi wala, not gay fashion designer...
     
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    Fast bowler Junaid Khan expected to join Multan Sultans for PSL3.
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    KARACHI: Fast bowler Junaid Khan is certain to join PSL’s new team Multan Sultans after Peshawar Zalmi announced his release ahead of the players draft for the third edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL).

    27-year old Junaid Khan played two seasons for Peshawar Zalmi but was released ahead of the third season on Thursday.

    Reliable sources confirmed to Geo.tv that Multan showed interest in signing Junaid Khan after Peshawar Zalmi requested PSL management to relegate his category from Gold to Silver.

    “All the franchises requested to relegate categories of some players, during the process there was an option for other franchises to express desire in picking the player in the same category,” said a source.

    “In one such move, Peshawar requested relegation in Junaid’s category and he soon received an offer from Multan Sultan to be picked in the same category,” the source said.

    The source further added that the franchise is also likely to pick Shoaib Malik and Keiron Pollard.

    “They’ll pick a couple of foreigners, but from the released players Multan Sultans is eying more on picking Pakistani players,” the source added.

    Another franchise, Karachi Kings, offered relegations to categories of Imad Wasim and Babar Azam.

    Multan showed interest in picking Imad in the same category but later withdrew their interest.

    Another franchise requested to acquire Babar Azam in the same category, but Karachi Kings withdrew the relegation request to keep him in the same category.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/161457-fast-bowler-junaid-khan-set-to-turn-sultan-for-psl3
     
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    I think Peshawar needed to relegate Junaid because Hassan, Asghar and Haris got promoted didn’t they?
     
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    Nice name flows off the tongue. The shirts are too similar to Peshawar Zalmi.
     
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    Malik, Pollard snapped up by Multan Sultans

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    Multan Sultans, the newest entrant into the Pakistan Super League (PSL), picked Shoaib Malik, Kieron Pollard and Kumar Sangakkara as a part of the pre-draft process, on Tuesday (October 10).

    Their initial list of nine players also includes Irfan Khan, Sohail Tanvir, Junaid Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Irfan and Sohaib Maqsood. Malik and Pollard were placed under the Platinum category, while the Diamond category consists of Sangakkara and Tanvir. Junaid and Irfan, the experienced pacers, slot in under the Gold category. On the other hand, the Silver category is made up of Kashif Bhatti, the 31-year-old all-rounder, Maqsood, the middle-order batsman and Irfan Khan.

    "The inclusion of Shoaib Malik to our unit gives us a great edge, as he brings along with him rich T20 cricket experience, and since he has been featuring in almost every top T20 league around the globe, he will have a crucial role to play" said the franchise President Asher Schon.

    Meanwhile, Wasim Akram, the director of the franchise, welcomed the addition of Kumar Sangakkara into the set-up. "Kumar is a master class, and over the time he has outshined as one of the most consistent T20 players, be it his blistering strokes or splendid glove work behind the stumps, he has contributed amazingly to the T20 format across the globe," he noted.

    The PCB had made it mandatory for the other five PSL franchises to release 10 players, two in each category - Platinum, Diamond, Gold and Siver - including overseas players, to ensure the Multan franchise could sign players for the third edition of the tournament.

    The franchise came into existence on June 1 this year. They subsequently named Akram, the legendary Pakistan cricketer, as the director of the franchise, and appointed Tom Moody as the head coach.

    http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-new...llard-snapped-multan-sultans-kumar-sangakkara
     
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    Disappointing picks... looks like Karachi Kings part 2.

    Mohd. Irfan is made the ambassador... the guy who was recently banned by the board.
     
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    Multan Sultans appoint Nadeem Khan as manager

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    KARACHI: Multan Sultans, the newly inducted team in PSL, has appointed former Test cricketer Nadeem Khan as manager of the team.

    An official of Multan Sultans confirmed that the 47-year old Nadeem Khan has joined the franchise as manager of the team for the third edition of PSL, which is scheduled to be held in February next year.

    Nadeem has played two Tests for Pakistan, against West Indies in 1996 and against India in 1999. He has also managed various domestic teams.

    Meanwhile, sources have told Geo.tv that the franchise is in talks with former Test batsman Mohammad Wasim for the role of a batting coach.

    Talks are in final stages to bring the 40-year old Wasim in coaching staff headed by former Australian Tom Moody. He has played 18 Tests and 25 ODIs for Pakistan between 1996 and 2000.

    The sources further revealed that former physio of the Indian cricket team Andrew Leipus, who hails from Australia, is also likely to join the team. Andrew is currently working with IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders.

    The management of Multan Sultans is also in talks with a former South African cricketer for the role of assistant coach during the PSL.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/166681-multan-sultans-appoint
     
  36. Mohammed Bilal
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    Multan have been a bit poor tbh.

    Tanvir,Maqsood and to some extent Junaid are pretty poor picks.

    Clever on Sanga if they get a 3 in one.Captain,Wk and Opener.
     
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    Shoaib Malik appointed Multan Sultans captain in PSL 3

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    LAHORE: Multan Sultans – the sixth franchise of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) today announced Shoaib Malik, the star all-rounder as their captain, along with former Pakistan test cricketer Nadeem Khan as the team manager.

    Malik is in supreme form recently and was named man of the series in T20 series against Sri Lanka.

    Right-handed opening specialist batsmen Mohammad Wasim has been appointed to take charge as the team’s batting mentor with former Proteas skipper Johan Botha joining the team as assistant coach.

    Kolkata Knight Riders’s physiotherapist Andrew Leipus is also joining the coaching panel of the franchise.

    Commenting on the appointment of Shoaib Malik as the skipper, Wasim Akram, Director Cricket, Multan Sultans said, “Shoaib has been in the form of his life, and the rich experience that he possesses after featuring in almost every global T20 league, makes him the best choice to lead the unit.”

    “His all-round contribution will significantly benefit every single player in the team, and I am very excited to see him perform in the next PSL season,” he added.

    The franchise also added Yasir Malik as the team’s strength and conditioning coach, who has been serving in the same capacity for the National Cricket Academy (NCA).

    “The addition of Mohammad Wasim and Johan Botha to the coaching staff under the tutelage of our Head Coach Tom Moody reflects the strength of our coaching pool, while Nadeem Khan’s expertise within the capacity of the team’s manager is welcoming”, said Asher Schon, President, Multan Sultans.

    “We are thrilled to have Shoaib in our franchise, looking forward to him leading the unit courtesy his aggressive style of game play, and he definitely will have a huge impact for Multan Sultans this season both with bat & ball, and his magical fielding skills.” he concluded.

    https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/243756-Shoaib-Malik-appointed-Multan-Sultans-captain-in-PSL-3
     
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    I find this squad quite weak; much will depend on Pollard & Malik. Interested to see Irfan the leggie though
     
  40. Prince Pathan
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    Good spinners in that team
    Mohammad Irfan Khan
    Imran Tahir


    Will cause a lot of damage in UAE
     

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