Pakistan Super League (PSL) leading franchise Islamabad United has changed its head coach before the start of the 9th edition.
Former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has been appointed as the head coach, the franchise welcomes the new head, a message on social networking site Twitter (X) told fans.
The franchise has appointed Mike Hessen as the head coach in place of former national team all-rounder Azhar Mehmood.
Mike Hesson has coached Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and is also a former coach of the New Zealand men’s team.
The Kiwi team played the final of the 2015 Cricket World Cup under Hesson’s coaching.