Andy Flower left Multan Sultans to join Indian IPL

Andy Flower left Multan Sultans to join Indian IPL

KARACHI, Feb04 (Alliance News): Andy Flower has left Multan Sultans for India and will participate in the IPL draft as the coach of the new franchise Lucknow Super Giants.

According to the Pakistani franchise, the coaches will be available virtually, arriving in Lahore on February 13 after the draft.

According to the details, the team of Multan Sultans is performing brilliantly in Pakistan Super League these days. So far, it has won all its four matches and has become number one in the points table.

Andy Flower’s coaching also plays an important role in this but he will not be available to the Sultans for at least another 10 days now. According to sources, Andy Flower has gone to India. I will participate, the new franchise Lucknow Super Giants has appointed him head coach.
The purpose of going first is to prepare a strategy for the draft. Multan Sultans will lose the services of head coach in matches against Peshawar Zalmai on February 5 and 10 and Lahore Qalandars on February 11. Andy Flower Multan before the match against Karachi Kings on February 16. Sultans can join.

The media department of Sultans confirmed the head coach’s visit to India and said that they will be in touch with the players virtually. In his absence, other coaches including Mushtaq Ahmed are leading the team.

Andy Flower Arrive in Lahore and rejoin the team. Sources further said that Andy Flower is also among the candidates for coaching the English team.

The former PCB management wanted to include him in the coaching staff of the World Cup but this proposal could not be implemented later.


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