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Who else will join Mickey Arthur as a coach for Pakistan?

Mickey Arthur, who used to be the head coach of Pakistan’s national team, is said to have made a deal with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and is set to return as the head of the coaching staff for Pakistan’s national team. Cliffe Deacon will stay on as the team’s physiotherapist, and Drikus Simon will stay on as the strength and conditioning coach. Mickey, who coached Pakistan from 2016 to 2019, is said to be bringing in Grant Bradburn as an assistant coach, Andrew Puttick as a batting coach, and Morne Morkel as a bowling coach. Arthur and his team are waiting for final confirmation from the PCB and Pakistani visas, and then they will go to the country to sign the deal. After signing, Arthur is going back, and Bradburn is expected to be in charge of the national team’s coaching staff for the ODI and T20I series against New Zealand that will be played at home. After the Indian Premier League, Morkel will join the team. (IPL). The former coach is expected to work on-site only during the ICC World Cup and Test tour of Australia at the end of this year. Mickey will be on the Internet for the rest of the trips. Bradburn will be the head teacher while he is out of town. Mickey will be able to help the national team partly on the ground, even though he has a full-time deal with Derbyshire. The PCB will probably say something public about this in the next two to three days. This year, there are international jobs. Pakistan Test tour to Sri Lanka — July ODI tour of Afghanistan by Pakistan in August (not confirmed) ACC Asia Cup — September (Scheduled yet to be announced) October and November 2023: ICC World Cup (Schedule yet to be announced) Australia tour by Pakistan: December 2022–January 2023