Mohammad Yousuf Looking Forward To Sharing His 'Knowledge, Skills, Experience' With Young Cricketers
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Mohammad Yousuf Looking Forward To Sharing His ‘Knowledge, Skills, Experience’ With Young Cricketers

Mohammad Yousuf
Mohammad Yousuf (Credits: Twitter)

Mohammad Yousuf, the former Pakistan cricketer, has expressed his gratitude towards Pakistan Cricket Board [PCB] for appointing him as a batting coach for the National High-Performance Centre [NHPC], adding that he will try his best to transfer his knowledge, experience and skills to aspiring young cricketers.

The Pakistan Cricket Board on Thursday, announced a high-profile list of coaches for the National High-Performance Centre in Lahore and six cricket associations for the upcoming domestic season.

The apex cricketing body in Pakistan also confirmed 36 coaches for the six cricket associations that will take part in the Qaid-e-Azam Trophy [four-day first-class and three-day non-first-class], National T20 Cup [first and second XIs] and Pakistan Cup One-day Tournament [first and second XIs] and the National U-19 Cricket Tournament [three-day and one-day]

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‘I will try my best’-  Mohammad Yousuf

Mohammad Yousuf Looking Forward To Sharing His 'Knowledge, Skills, Experience' With Young Cricketers
Mohammad Yousuf. Credit: Getty Images

Mohammad Yousuf, who scored 7530 Test and 9720 One-day International runs for Pakistan between 198-2010, took to his official Twitter account, where he wrote-

”Thank you @TheRealPCB for my appointment as a batting coach in National High-Performance Center and I will try my best to transfer my knowledge,experience and skills to the young cricketers. May Allah help me and all are requested to pray for me,” Yousuf tweeted.

Apart from Mohammad Yousuf, other international stars have been roped in by the Pakistan Cricket Board are former all-rounder Abdul Razzaq, Aizaz Cheema, Basit Ali, Faisal Iqbal, Ghulam Ali, Humayun Farhat, Irfan Fazil and Zafar Iqbal.

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