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18 Jan 2022
Rocked by the racism scandal, English cricket club Yorkshire are looking to fill their coaching ranks with as much versatility as possible. According to reports from The Telegraph, Younis Khan is one of the frontrunners to be a part of the coaching staff. Alongside him, Yorkshire are considering former South African speedster Alan Donald on board.
Khan, a former Pakistan batsman and coach has played for the club before. He recently served as the batting consultant for Pakistan and will form a part of Ottis Gibson's team at the club. In case he chooses to join, it will be under challenging circumstances with the club under awful financial conditions. Yorkshire have lost their sponsors since the scandals finding came to surface and are trying to lure them back in an attempt to restructure the club.