There is factionalism going on in the Pakistan team, coach Gary Kirsten took his head, exposed the Pak team

There is factionalism going on in the Pakistan team, coach Gary Kirsten took his head, exposed the Pak team

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Troubles are mounting for the Pakistan cricket team after their exit from the group stage of T20 World Cup 2024. There have been reports of factionalism in the team. Many former cricketers have also confirmed this and the effect was seen on the field as well. Pakistan captain Babar Azam is also heavily criticized and once again the discussion of removing him from the captaincy has started. Meanwhile, a report has surfaced that even the team’s head coach Gary Kirsten is not happy with the factionalism of the players within the team and believes that the players are not supporting each other.

According to media reports, there is no rapport between the team’s head coach Gary Kirsten and the players. Because players are divided into groups. India’s former World Cup-winning coach Kirsten, in a meeting after the final match against Ireland, allegedly pulled out every player in the Pakistan team and blamed them for the lack of unity in the team.

According to a report in Pakistan’s Geo Super News, the newly appointed head coach Kirsten was saddened to see that the Pakistani players were not supporting each other. Head coach Kirsten said after the group stage matches that there is no unity in the Pakistan team. They call it a team, but it’s not a team. They don’t support each other, everyone is divided left and right, I have worked with many teams but never seen anything like this.

According to the report, the coach continued, “No one knows when to play which shot” and warned, “Players who can improve in these areas will be included in the team; otherwise, they will be dropped.”

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