Just after Inzamam-ul-Haq took his retirement from the international arena, I dreaded of the time, when he would start giving his “precious” advice to the players. My worst fears have come true, and Inzi, the ICL player, has just started doing that.
In his landmark statement, which he gave to the Pakistani press after arriving from India playing ICL, he said that it all happened due to the inexperience of Geoff Lawson. Pity, he still is unable to forget his late buddy. Had it not been due to the unfortunate and suspicious death of Bob Woolmer, Inzi would still have been screwing Pakistani cricket from the front. Now I dont know whether to mourn over the death of Bob, or rejoice at the good-riddance from Inzamam, as both are linked to each other.
Now the ICL players has said that Lawson should first learn the principles of international coaching and then start coaching the Pakistani team. He also added that Lawson couldnt really exploit the “immense” potential of the players. I don’t know what the PCB was thinking while appointing Lawson and ignoring someone experienced like Whatmore”. You couldnt expect anything else from Inzi.
Even the whole coaching panel consisting of Chappell, Whatmore, Lawson, Rhodes and others couldnt make anything out of Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal, Younus Khan and the rest of the team.More on:Bob Woolmer, Dave Whatmore, Geoff Lawson, icl, Inzamam, Kamran Akmal, PCB, Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan
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