Robin Singh agrees for coaching in PSL


KARACHI: On approach from Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), ex-Indian all-rounder Robin Singh has agreed to be on the foreign coaches panel and manage one of the five sides in the upcoming Pakistan Super League T20 tournament.

Robin has represented India in 136 ODIs and a single Test. He has worked with the national team for two years as a fielding coach and is currently working as coach with junior teams of India. He is yet the only Indian to be part of the PSL, which is going to be held in UAE between Feb 4 to 24.

According to the list of foreign coaches, who will be assigned to the franchises, there are many big international names like former South African coach Micky Arthur, Andy Moles, Chris Adams, Chaminda Vaas and Gordon Greenidge.

Najam Sethi, who is heading the ambitious PSL project, said the PCB has negotiated with 15 coaches who have agreed to be part of the PSL.

“Until now 15 coaches have agreed to be drafted into PSL’s pool and we’re still in talks with other top coaches and cricketers. So more names will be revealed in the next few days,” Sethi said.