Moin Khan given two big roles at PCB

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Former Pakistan coach Moin Khan, who left the job after only two months, has been handed a dual role with the Pakistan Cricket Board, appointed as team manager and the head of the selection panel.

Former Pakistan coach Moin Khan, who left the job after only two months, has been handed a dual role with the Pakistan Cricket Board, appointed as team manager and the head of the selection panel.

Moin was the coach during the World Twenty20, but his deal was only a short-term one. He has now been given bigger scope at the PBC, and is also part of the three-man panel who must pick the next coach.

Moin will take charge of the team's selection committee as they have not had a leader for the past 10 months, with an interim group making the team decisions. This has not been a stable post in the past, what with the PCB's revolving door of chairmen making changes at every turn.

Before Moin was hired as coach in February, replacing Dav Whatmore, Aamir Sohail was made the chief selector just one week prior. He was sacked one week later as Zaka Ashraf and Najam Sethi traded the chairmanship.

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