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Tough task for PCB to replacement of Waqar Younis

Pakistan News / Sports – Former Test captain Rameez Raja give statement that he feels that it will not easy for Pakistan Cricket Board – PCB to replacement of Waqar Younis as a head coach of Pakistan National Cricket Team.


Rameez RajaWaqar Younis quit his duty after current tour against Zimbabwe.


Waqar Younis had a superior existence in the dressing room because of his cricketing background and he had abundance of international experience as well.


Rameez Said that he consideration Waqar continue the team well together although the upgrading procedure going on in our national cricket.


Raja also told that Waqar Younis had played an essential role in the soft entry of new players into the national cricket team since 2010.


Rameez Raja thought that Waqar Younis faced the situation and national team under him give better result although the many scandals it faced since last year it is a big credit to Waqar and the management that is why I say our task is not going to be an easy one to find a new coach, Rameez Raja said.


He agreed there was a difference of opinion over whether the team should have a foreign or local coach.


We are talking about the future of Pakistan cricket and we also need to look at the occupancy of the new coach,” Rameez Raja added.


Extra Edit by E Pakistan News Editor on September 02, 2011.

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