Ex-Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli wants to coach Pakistan team

NEW DELHI: Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has expressed his desire to coach Pakistan team after Waqar Younis stepped down as head coach of the national team.

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In a couple of tweets, Kambli said he had heard that Pakistan Cricket Board was looking for a head coach. He went on to say: “I am available”.

One of the Twitter users asked whether how would he come to Pakistan when his national cricket team doesnt do so.

Kambli responded by saying: “Bhaijaan Salam. Mein berojghaar nahin hoon. Agar wasim Akram IPL mein coach ban sakte hai toh mein Q nahin.”






During his international cricket career spanning across ten years from 1991 to 2000, Kambli played 17 Test matches for India, scoring 1084 runs at an impressive average of 54.20. He also represented his country in 104 ODIs accumulating 2477 runs at an average of 32.

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