Mo Bobat appointed ECB’s new Performance Director for Men’s Cricket

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have appointed Mo Bobat as their Performance Director for Men’s Cricket. The announcement came on Wednesday, October 9.


Bobat, who is as of now the board’s Player Identification Lead, will assume responsibility from David Parsons, who left the post in July. He will work intently close by Chris Silverwood, the newly appointed head coach, and Ed Smith, the national selector, to help the conveyance of execution plans and selection procedure.

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There is only one constant in selection meetings for England’s U-19s, Lions and senior men’s side – Mo Bobat. He’s one of the key figure in the revolution of English cricket.

“I am delighted and honoured to be appointed Performance Director, at what is an energizing time for English cricket. I am anticipating working intimately with both Chris Silverwood and Ed Smith, and in doing as such, supporting the performance needs of our England groups and drawing us nearer to accomplishing our aim of being the most respected team in the world,” said Bobat.

“Developing strong relationships with our counties to upgrade the size and nature of our ability pool will be central. I expect to guarantee that our most elevated potential players get individualized help and international-specific experiences.

“It is a tremendously exciting job and the vision is that the quality of our counties and our superior framework conveys intentional and continued success over all formats.”

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