Wicket game – decision not to renew contract stumps cricket coach Bilal


Good old days: Bilal Asad lifting the Stan Nagaiah trophy. — Virandeep Singh

PETALING JAYA: Coach Bilal Asad’s eight-year stint with the Malaysian cricket team has come to an end.

The Pakistani confirmed that the Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) have decided not to renew his contract with the national team as they seek a new coach.

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