Islamabad United’s Rehan, Cheema set to get important gigs with Pakistan team

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Rehan is associated with Pakistan Super League franchise Islamabad United arsenic General Manager

Islamabad United’s Rehan, Cheema acceptable   to get   important   gigs with Pakistan team PHOTO: Twitter

Pakistan cricket squad is acceptable to get a caller manager on with overseas coaching unit successful the upcoming location bid against New Zealand.

According to sources, determination is simply a beardown anticipation of young Rehan-ul-Haq making his debut arsenic a manager with the Pakistani squad successful spot of the experienced Mansoor Rana.

Rehan is associated with Pakistan Super League franchise, Islamabad United, arsenic General Manager.

Rehan is being considered the astir suitable for the station connected the wishes of Mickey Arthur, the prospective squad manager and advisor of the nationalist team.

Hassan Cheema, who, on with Rehan, has been progressive successful curating subordinate information for Islamabad United and assisting successful squad strategy, tin beryllium hired arsenic the analytics manager for the nationalist team.

PCB advertised for the station of 'Team Manager' and 'Manager Analytics' separately past week. The deadline for submission of applications for these posts has been acceptable till 6th April astatine 5 pm. According to reports, PCB officials person already made up their minds to name Rehan ul Haq and Hasan Cheema to these posts.

Along with squad manager and manager analytics, the posts of 'League Commissioner', 'Director HR' and 'Administration and caput of ticketing and hospitality' person besides been advertised.

Naila Bhatti, who is already associated with PCB, is besides expected to beryllium appointed arsenic 'league commissioner', Khayyam Qaiser arsenic 'Director HR' and Mehwish Umar arsenic 'Head of ticketing and hospitality'.

After the completion of the indispensable formalities, the notification of the appointments of these 5 posts volition beryllium issued.

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