LAHORE: One of the strong contenders to coach Pakistan cricket team Dav Whatmore has reached Lahore Saturday, Geo News reported.
Dav Whatmore reached Lahore today by a private airline to hold his final round of talks with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials who appear set to appoint the Australian as the national team's coach.
After landing at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal Airport, Whatmore avoided to talk to media men present at the airport. He is expected to meet PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf and other officials during his stay in Lahore.
The committee appointed to select the head coach for national team finalized its recommendations last week that were conveyed to the PCB.
Sources told that the PCB has 95 percent finalised Whatmore as the next head coach. However, the final appointment would take place after England series, sources added.