New setback in Pakistan’s search for head coach as Law turns down approach


Pakistan’s search for a new national coach hit a fresh roadblock on Thursday as officials said their top pick, Australia’s Stuart Law, turned down a job widely seen as one of the toughest in international cricket. The post was left vacant after Waqar Younis resigned following Pakistan’s disastrous World Twenty20 in India last month, where they triumphed in only one of four matches before crashing out. The job is complicated by the relatively low pay and Pakistan’s security issues, while attempts to build relationships with volatile national players are often hampered by its high turnover. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)…

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