At least three PSL franchises to have new faces as head coach this season.


LAHORE -- At least three Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises are expected to have new head coaches ahead of the next season, set to be held exclusively in Pakistan. While Islamabad United already announced to release Dean Jones, it was expected that two other franchises - Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans - would also have new faces in their coaching staff. In a statement Wednesday, Islamabad United said the franchise and the former Australian cricketer Dean Jones have agreed to part ways prior to the upcoming edition of the PSL. 'In preparation for the whole tournament, moving to Pakistan and the natural progression of different members of the team, we have been evolving our plans and strategies over the past year,' Islamabad United owner Ali Naqvi said.

Sources believe that Misbah ul Haq will be announced as the new head coach of Islamabad United. However, the franchise's management stated that they would announce all details closer to the draft for PSL 5. The...

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