I did not make any Salary Demands from PCB says Misbah-ul-Haq
Pakistan’s new head coach, Misbah-ul-Haq, cleared that he did not make any salary demands from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and asked them to pay what they were paying the previous coach Mickey Arthur.
Sri Lanka scheduled to play three ODI in Karachi on 27, 29 September and 3 October, and many T20I in Lahore on 5, 7 and 9 October during the tour, before returning in December for a series of tests that will form part of a World Test Championship.
“I haven’t done any magic to get the job. I didn’t take any salary demands from PCB, I just asked them to pay me what they were paying the previous coach,” Misbah says to reporters.
According to a report by Geo News, Misbah, who has also been appointed the head of selection, signed a massive Rs. 2.8 million (monthly) deal with the cricket Board, which is Rs. 3.4 million annually during its three-year period.
The report also added that former head of selection Inzamam-ul-Haq pocketed 1.6 million rupees (monthly) for his role.
However, a report in The Express Tribune said Arthur paid $ 20,000 per month (Rs31,23,000) during his tenure as head coach of Pakistan.
As part of the Cricket Committee, its report that Misbah was one of the leading voices in expressing reservations about continuing with Arthur as head coach after Pakistan’s disastrous performance in the 2019 World Cup.