Former Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has said that he loved every minute of coaching the Men in Green, during a recent interview with ESPNCricinfo.
The 52-year-old stood as the Pakistan team’s head coach from 2016 to 2019. During his tenure, the team famously lifted the Champions Trophy in 2017 and climbed to the no.1 spot in Test and T20I rankings.
“My three years with Pakistan was incredible and I have said this in the past too that you have never coached until you haven’t worked in sub-continent,” Arthur said.
“Passion, emotion, one-day up, and one-day down. The adrenaline rush of coaching Pakistan was amazing. I loved every minute of coaching Pakistan and I have a lot of fond memories over there,” he added.
It is to be known that Arthur is currently working as the head coach of the Sri Lankan men’s team. He previously coached the South African national team from 2005 to 2010 and was also the gaffer of the Australia national cricket team from 2010 until his sacking in June 2013.