27 November 2014
Thursday 10 January 2008
Pakistan Coach Lawson After Psychologist For Team
Lawson, under pressure after series losses to India and South Africa, has been told by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that he is expected to get more out of his players.
"I agree it is the job of the coach to make the team work," Lawson admitted. "I am in charge but I need professional help as well to assist me.
"We had a lot of positives in India despite the defeats and I'm looking forward to the coming series against Zimbabwe and Australia."
Pakistan host Zimbabwe for five one-day internationals starting later this month before Australia arrive in March.
However, they have yet to confirm their tour in light of political unrest in the country.
"I have no problems with the security in Pakistan," Lawson added. "I tried to clear some misconceptions and play down some hype about the situation in Pakistan during informal talks with Cricket Australia."
He called on captains to show more responsibility in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding the Indians in Australia.
"There is a lot of history between the two teams and it is not just about the Sydney test," he said. "A lot of things led to the problems.
"But there is greater responsibility on the captains to control their players and avoid such situations."
More from Cricket World
26 November 2014
21 November 2014
20 November 2014
19 November 2014
18 November 2014
17 November 2014
13 November 2014