Has Akmal revealed his choices for Pakistan captain and head coach?

Kamran Akmal feels that any Pakistan captain or coach should be given at least two years to prove their worth cricket

Kamran Akmal: “I think the PCB should at least give two years to the captain and the coaching staff in order to properly gauge their performance”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal didn’t say who he thinks should be the national team’s captain or head coach, but admitted that they should be given at least two years to prove their worth.

Akmal’s comments come at a time where there has been a lot of speculation surrounding captain Sarfraz Ahmed and head coach Mickey Arthur.

After Pakistan narrowly missed out on qualifying for the World Cup semi-finals, some reports indicated that both Sarfraz and Arthur would be sacked, while others stated that Sarfraz would lead Pakistan in fewer formats and Arthur would be given an extension.

Decisions on their future will be made by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Cricket Committee.

“I think the PCB should at least give two years to the captain and the coaching staff in order to properly gauge their performance,” he told cricketpakistan.com.pk. “Captain Sarfraz Ahmed and the current coaching staff have been there for around three years, which is enough time to put the team on the right track.”

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