Quetta Gladiators have appointed Moin Khan, a seasoned former Pakistan captain and ’92 World Cup winner, to the esteemed position of team director ahead of the highly anticipated ninth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Khan, having previously served as the team’s head coach, brings a wealth of experience and success to his new role, having led the team to a PSL title and two runner-up finishes during his coaching tenure.
Nadeem Umar, the owner of Quetta Gladiators, has extended his heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to Moin Khan as he embarks on this new journey with the team.
This strategic appointment highlights the team’s commitment to leveraging the expertise of seasoned individuals to elevate their performance in the upcoming PSL season.
As the preparations for PSL 9 gain momentum, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is witnessing a significant surge in foreign players expressing their availability for the tournament.
Notably, the registration list for PSL 9 lacks prominent Australian names, but boasts a diverse representation from various cricketing nations, with England dominating the platinum category.
The PSL draft is set to unfold at the prestigious National Cricket Academy in Lahore on Wednesday, December 13, 2023.
Marking the tentative schedule for PSL 9 from February 8 to March 24, 2024, the league has completed the process of renewing categories for local players, with upgrades for nine players finalized on November 10.
The registration window for foreign players opened on October 25, drawing interest from top players worldwide, while the trade and retention window is currently active.
Amidst speculations of the UAE and South Africa potentially hosting the initial matches of PSL 9 due to elections in Pakistan, most franchises are advocating for the entire event to take place within Pakistan, emphasizing their commitment to a homegrown cricket spectacle.
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