Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has shown his interest to offer his services to PCB as bowling coach of Pakistan Cricket Team. Shoaib, famous during his playing days for his raw pace, has said in the past that he was interested in a coaching career.
Shoaib, 38, who retired in 2011 during the 50-over World Cup, was offered the position of head coach by State bank for the upcoming domestic season in Pakistan. State bank are one of the leading teams on the first-class circuit but have struggled to attain top position during the last two seasons.
The paceman, who took 178 test wickets and 247 one-day international wickets during his career, had even offered in the past to work with the Pakistan fast bowlers if the country’s cricket board approached him. Shoaib is preparing for a full-time coaching career and wanted to start at the domestic level.