Younis Khan and Allan Donald have been considered as frontrunners for positions on Yorkshire’s coaching staff.

Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan is one of the leading candidates to join the coaching staff of the Yorkshire Country Cricket Club, which is coached by former West Indies bowler Ottis Gibson.

According to the Telegraph, Younis and former South African bowler Allan Donald are being considered to join Gibson as the club attempts to rebuild following Azeem Rafiq’s racism controversy.

Meanwhile, the magazine stated that given the club’s continuous effort to re-sign sponsors, it would be surprising if Younis and Donald are adequately compensated.

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It is worth noting that Younis Khan previously represented Yorkshire as a foreign player in 2007.

Remember, Younis resigned as Pakistan’s batting coach prior to the June 2021 England visit. PCB and Younis voluntarily chose to part ways when their relationship worsened. He was signed to a two-year deal that would last till the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in November 2020.

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