Abdul Razzaq, a former Pakistan all-rounder, is allegedly considering coaching with the Bangladesh cricket team.
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The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has reportedly offered a coaching role to a former cricketer. He has, however, requested some time to ponder the offer.
It’s worth noting that the T20 World Cup winner is currently employed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as a regional head coach and national selector.
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In addition, he has previously acted as the bowling coach for the PSL’s Quetta Gladiators.
Abdul Razzaq played 46 Tests, 265 One-Day Internationals, and 32 Twenty-20 Internationals for Pakistan, scoring 7,419 runs with 6 hundreds and 30 half-centuries, as well as 389 wickets.