Atiq-uz-Zaman, a former Pakistan cricketer, has been named the head coach of the men’s international team by the Deutsche Cricket Board (DCB). In a statement posted by the organization, the DCB greeted the former cricketer and expressed excitement about taking advantage of his teaching experience.
Former Pakistani Test and ODI cricketer Atiq-uz-Zaman has a wealth of teaching and playing experience. In England, Atiq-uz-Zaman has also participated in county cricket. He has, however, worked as a batting scout for the men’s national teams of England and the England Lions and is now working towards his Level 4 coaching certification.
“We are delighted to welcome Atiq-uz-Zaman as head coach of the men’s national team.” Scotland’s ICC World Cup qualifications are this summer, and the national squad is now in the process of getting ready. The first two games will be held there, giving Atiq Uz Zaman the opportunity to participate in the T20 World Championship in 2024.
“His involvement as a coach and player in elite cricket will be an asset to our players and coaching staff and will enable us to further our current national and under-19 squads as well as the general talent development in German cricket,” it added.