Big blow to Pakistan before T20 World Cup 2021, former cricketer quits post

ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Just before the T20 World Cup 2021, another member of the coaching staff of Pakistan’s team has left the team. According to PCB, former New Zealand Test spinner Grant Bradburn (Grant Bradburn) has decided to resign as the High Performance Coach of Pakistan Cricket. Shortly before, the New Zealand team had returned home just before the match, despite stepping on Pakistani soil. New Zealand had returned citing security reasons.Also Read – T20 WC 2021: T20 World Cup teams that have defeated India most times, take a look

The exact reason behind abruptly quitting is not yet known. Bradburn (Grant Bradburn) took over the post of fielding coach of the Pakistan team in the month of September in the year 2018. Later he was given the responsibility of coaching development. Also Read – T20 World Cup 2021: “Shoaib Akhtar our team will blow you away”, Harbhajan Singh started a war of words before the high-voltage match

Let us tell you that Misbah-ul-Haq had resigned from the post of head coach of Pakistan some time back. Batting coach Waqar Younis Khan also stepped down. This happened after Rameez Raja took over as the President of Pakistan Cricket Board. Also Read – Had I been part of the support staff, I would have explained to Virat that he is only fit for No. 3: Sehwag

Bradburn (Grant BradburnAfter leaving the post, a statement was issued by the PCB saying, “He will continue to be a well-known figure in the cricket community. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve Pakistan, providing challenges and support, to propel players, coaches and teams forward. I would be grateful to PCB for the wonderful opportunities and experiences gained.”