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Multan Sultan Brand Ambassador Announced
History of Multan Sultan
Just after The Pakistan Super League season two Chairman, PCB announced for the sixth Team in League. Hence five regions were selected for the team selection. Schön Properties bought the team Multan Sultan with a bid of US$5.2 million per year.
The “Swing Ka Sultan” Wasim Akram was selected as team director and bowling coach. Australian cricketer Tom Moody joined him as a head coach. Shoaib Malik is the team captain for PSL3. The team is from Multan region, hence Multan Cricket Stadium is selected as the home ground for the team.
While other teams of PSL started announcing their brand ambassador, rumours were in the market. People were thinking Wasim Akram as Brand Ambassador as the team named “Multan Sultan”. And Wasim Akram is known as Swing Ka Sultan.
But all rumour went in vain when famous TV anchor broke the ice. Yes, it was Dr Aamir Liaquat who made an announcement via Social Media website Twitter.
— Aamir Liaquat Husain (@AamirLiaquat) February 19, 2018
The news was on aired on private TV channel where Aamir Liaquat is hosting a Program. Dr Aamir Liauqat Hussain said,” Multan is the city of Sufis and he is proud to be associated with the Team.”
Moreover, Aamir Liaquat Hussian will be the part of the opening ceremony of PSL3 in Dubai.
Complete Squad of Team
Shoaib Malik (c), Sohail Tanvir, Kieron Pollard, Kashif Bhatti, Ross Whiteley, Kumar Sangakkara, Nicholas Pooran, Umar Gul, Mohammad Irfan, Junaid Khan, Imran Tahir, Irfan Khan, Mohammad Abbas, Hardus Viljoen, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohaib Maqsood, Abdullah Shafiq, Darren Bravo, Saif Badar, Umar Siddiq, Shan Masood and Thisara Perera (cover for Imran Tahir).