As Pakistan prepare to leave for Zimbabwe, team manager Moin Khan has warned players against indiscipline, saying he does not only have carrots to offer, but also has sticks.

[caption id="attachment_2192" align="alignright" width="204"]Moin says if he has carrots, he has sticks, too. (Photo: Getty Images) Moin says if he has carrots, he has sticks, too. (Photo: Getty Images)[/caption]

Speaking to the media at the National Cricket Academy, Lahore, he said a balanced team has been formed for the tour and the only thing required is that every player will perform responsibly.

Moin, who replaced Naveed Akram Cheema as manager, said he will not tolerate indiscipline and every member of the team has to follow rules and regulations, no matter how high his standing is.

“I’ll try to be lenient with players as much as possible, but I know how to deal with a violator. So each player should focus on the game only.”

He said the team will not consider Zimbabwe as underdogs, and will play to the full.

Pakistan’s tour of Zimbabwe officially starts from August 23 with a Twenty20 in Harare.

Moin was earlier appointed as the chairman selection committee by the PCB but he could not succeed in getting the post because of a court ruling. Later, the board appointed him as the team manager.
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