“I am not a fool, can’t tolerate misbehaviour: Wasim Akram on why he doesn’t want to coach Pakistan

Wasim Akram has mentioned he does not want to coach the Pakistan nationwide cricket staff due to its demanding nature and misbehavior that has crept amongst followers and followers of the sport in his native nation. Nonetheless, Akram did state that he will at all times be obtainable to assist the gamers and kids at any time when they want him.

Akram, who has 414 Check and 502 ODI wickets for Pakistan, led his nation within the 1996 and 1999 World Cups.

“Whenever you grow to be the coach, you want to give a minimum of 200 to 250 days a yr to the staff and that’s a lot of labor. I don’t assume I can handle a lot work away from Pakistan, from my household. And as it’s, I spend time with a lot of the gamers within the PSL, all of them have my quantity,” Akram was quoted as saying by Cricket Pakistan in an interview.

Citing rudeness and misbehavior amongst followers and followers of Pakistan, Akram defined his stand and mentioned, “I am not a idiot. I hold on listening to and seeing the best way folks misbehave with their coaches and seniors. The coach isn’t the one taking part in.”

“The gamers try this. The coach can solely assist with planning so if the staff loses, I don’t assume the coach is not as accountable as we maintain him as a nation,” Akram added.

“So I’m afraid of that as nicely, as a result of I don’t tolerate anybody misbehaving with me. And we have gotten that. I like the folks… their enthusiasm and keenness for the sport, however with out the misbehavior that’s proven in social media. It exhibits what we’re,” he concluded.

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