Mohsin Khan willing to take up role of Pak coach again
Islamabad: Former Pakistani batsman Mohsin Khan has said that he would be willing to take up the role of head coach of the national team if he is approached with the offer.
In an interview with PakPassion,net, Khan pointed out that he had served his country as a player, also worked in various roles within Pakistan cricket, worked as regional manager of Sindh regional cricket, worked as a selector, then chief selector and then the coaching assignment of the senior Pakistan team was given to him on a temporary basis.
He added that he would be very happy to take up the role provided it was at the right time.
A swashbuckling opening batsmen in his playing days, Mohsin Khan was thrust into the limelight in his most recent role as Pakistan`s coach and was deemed responsible for an incredible 3-0 victory against the then worlds No 1 Test side England, the report said.
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