Afghanistan news November 4, 2015 Inzamam set to continue as Afghanistan coach
Afghanistan won the constrained overs arrangement in Zimbabwe, their first over a Test country, with Inzamam in charge
Inzamam ul-Haq, the previous Pakistan captain who had initially consented to mentor Afghanistan on a provisional premise, is accepted to have consented to another two-year bargain period taking after the group's late accomplishment in Zimbabwe, where they secured both the ODIs and T20Is - their first arrangement win against a Test playing country.
"I identifies with Inzamam and he has acknowledged a two-year contract with the Afghanistan group which will do them a great deal of good," Kabir Khan, the previous Afghanistan coach, told PTI. "Inzamam is fulfilled by what he found in Zimbabwe and trusts that the Afghanistan group has great cricket ability and can push forward."
Kabir, who is presently a national selector in Pakistan, said Inzamam was content with his first stretch with the group, and that his experience and cricketing astuteness will enhance the group's batting gauges. "Inzamam is a cricket incredible and he can do a considerable measure to enhance their batting norms," Kabir said. "What's more, his gauge and stature is such he will stay over any insignificant legislative issues which have harmed Afghanistan cricket."
Inzamam, who played 120 Tests and 388 ODIs in a profession that spread over 10 years and a half, was offered a comparative position by the Pakistan Cricket Board in 2013, which he declined.