In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan all-rounder and Bowling Coach Azhar Mahmood writes about the challenges facing Najam Sethi as he takes over the running of the PCB, the lack of back-up and bench strength for Pakistan, the reasons for Pakistan's loss to England in the Test series, Naseem Shah and Shaheen Shah Afridi's suitability to play Tests and why he feels Pakistan's spin bowlers can help Pakistan win the upcoming Test series against New Zealand.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Azhar Mahmood writes about what he intends to achieve as the newly appointed Head Coach of Islamabad United, his views on the selection of the squad for PSL 7, the T10 format and how it presents a different challenge for batters and bowlers, the experience of working with Tom Moody at The Hundred, issues related to racism in cricket and praises Saqlain Mushtaq for his work with the Pakistan team.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan all-rounder and Bowling Coach Azhar Mahmood writes about which team will have the advantage in the upcoming India-Pakistan encounter in the ICC T20 World Cup, how a flexible approach from Pakistan could be the key to victory against India, why it's now time to stand behind the selected squad and his hopes of improvement to Pakistan cricket under the reign of new PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net the bowling coach for Multan Sultans, Azhar Mahmood, writes about how an initially struggling side were able to turn things around to win PSL 6, the bright future that awaits Shahnawaz Dahani, why he feels Andy Flower would be an ideal coach for Pakistan, the value of impact players like Sohaib Maqsood and Asif Ali, Imran Tahir's importance to any team in the world and looks forward to his coaching assignment in The Hundred.
In an interview with Saj (for inews), former Pakistan bowling coach speaks about offering ‘inside information’ on Pakistan and working with England’s white-ball bowlers in the upcoming T20I series against Pakistan.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, the Multan Sultans bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about his experience in this year’s Pakistan Super League, why he is impressed by the performances of Multan Sultan's young players, Rohail Nazir’s bright future, his impressions of working with Andy Flower and how Naseem Shah can stay injury-free with more game time.