Scotland coach set to assist Mickey Arthur with Pakistan

Coach of London – Scotland Grant Bradburn leaves his post to assume the position of assistant coach at Pakistan Cricket Scotland announced on Thursday.

The old test of New Zealand The player has been in charge in Scotland for more than four years and took the team to the World Twenty20 2016 in India, where he beat Hong Kong in a group game: his first victory in an event world.

Scotland has defeated four different full members of the International Cricket Council (countries that practice the test), including the best ranked in England on an international day in June.

"Grant Bradburn's departure is a demonstration of the high profile that the Scottish men's team has achieved its continued success in recent years," said Cricket Scotland CEO Malcolm Cannon.

Bradburn will replace Steve Rixon as a field specialist and will work alongside the Pakistan Cricket Board's coaching team led by coach Mickey Arthur .

"I am extremely proud of the progress of the national team and Cricket Scotland as an organization has done, which makes it a difficult decision to move away at this time," Bradburn said.

He expressed interest in replacing Mike Hesson as coach of New Zealand, but Gary Stead was named to the position last month.

The New Zealander said it was a "great honor" to join the Pakistan organization.

"I have seen the progress made by Mickey Arthur and the opportunity to work with a leading team of full members in the rise in world cricket is a real privilege."

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