Faisal Mirza appointed as Multan Sultans Chief Operating Officer

Multan Sultans continues its inception of bringing best people upfront, as, Faisal Mirza is appointed Multan Sultans Chief Operating Officer. On 8th August 2018, Wasim Akram (Multan Sultans Director Cricket Operations) announced that the Faisal Mirza is going to be the COO for the 6th franchise participating in Pakistan Super League 2019.

Wasim Akram’s Tweet!

As the 4th edition of PSL is coming closer, the preparations on behalf of every single franchise are also gearing up. A few days ago, when there were rumors regarding the Multan Sultans ownership, this brings the Sultans back on track.

Moreover, the Multan Sultans Director Cricket Operations, Wasim Akram said that Faisal Mirza’s appointment clarifies that this franchise is seriously concerned in bringing talented &¬† experienced persons on-board. Whether there are players, coaching staff, trainers, or the think tank. This franchise always tries to promote the personalities on merit. Furthermore, the Swing of Sultan hoped that Faisal Mirza will take our revolutionary vision to new heights as he is the Multan Sultans Chief Operating Officer now.

The Privileged Faisal Mirza!

Faisal Mirza holds an MBA from the University of Oregon in sports marketing. The 17+ years experience in sports management, all eyes on him to take his charge.

Faisal Mirza on this occasion is truly aesthetic on winning this opportunity. Replying to Wasim Akram’s tweet, Faisal showed a sense of honor & a commitment to take Multan Sultans to new heights!

What Asher Schon has to Say?

Reviewing Faisal Mirza’s commencement, Multan Sultans President, Asher Schon commented,

Faisal has been one of the top contributors in sports marketing for Pakistan for quite a few time. He is the prominent member of PSL and now the full-fledged package. He is the ideal to lead Multan Sultans

The upcoming season of Pakistan Super League will kick start in February, as usual. All the teams are socking off to make themselves favorite for the season. On the other hand, Najam Sethi is also keen on bringing the whole tournament back to Pakistan saying the PSL4 will have half of its matches in Pakistan.


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