Mohammad Akram resigned from head coach of National Cricket Academy
Former Test bowler Mohammad Akram, head coach of the National Cricket Academy, has resigned from the post. Series between Pakistan and England these days the expert comments in the United Arab Emirates, which was criticized in some quarters that the Pakistan Cricket Board officials and expert commentary rather than their actual responsibilities engaged in discussions Living.
Mohammad Akram resigned
Mohammad Akram was appointed on 2 August 2012 for two-year deal to become coach of the team, but the coach last year after Younis Khan was headed by a member of the selection committee as well as the National Cricket Academy the head coach was also in charge.
Mohammad Akram, Pakistan, representing nine Test wickets was seventeen. They also play three one-day internationals in the nineteen wickets. The Northampton shire, Surrey, Sussex and Southwark from Lancashire County Cricket played.