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Waqar Younis regrets resigning from Pakistan coach's post

Pakistan's former head coach Waqar Younis regrets about resigning as the national team coach with "unfinished business" and misses coaching the national team.

PTI Published on: June 12, 2016 16:19 IST
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Lahore: Pakistan's former head coach Waqar Younis regrets about resigning as the national team coach with "unfinished business" and misses coaching the national team. 

Waqar was forced to step down in April after a row with the Pakistan Cricket Board over the leakage of his confidential report on the team performances in the Asia Cup and World T20 which also led to his ouster. The PCB has now appointed Arthur on a two-year contract.

Waqar, 44, admitted he misses working with Pakistan, as he wanted to help the national team compete with top teams of the world. 

"Any player, who has served the country for 10 years or more wants to see the team do well and not stay behind the rest of the world," the former Test captain told the 'Express Tribune' newspaper. 

"A lot was being said about me when I took the job, but I wanted to serve Pakistan after receiving so much from the country. I could have taken up other big offers, but I chose to serve here." 

"There was some unfinished business and I will hopefully comeback to Pakistan cricket one day to complete it."

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