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|Full name||Sabih Azhar|
28 February 1962 |
Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan
|Batting style||Right-hand batsman|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Domestic team information|
|1981-1999||Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan|
|Source: ESPN Cricinfo, 4 August 2014|
- Sabih Azhar was the coach of Pakistan Under-19 in U-19 Asia Cup 2012, where Pakistan Under-19 shared the title with India Under-19 after the TIE in the Final.
- Sabih Azhar was the coach of Pakistan Under-19 in U-19 World Cup 2012, where Pakistan Under-19 ended the tournament at No.8.
- Sabih Azhar was the coach of Pakistan Under-25 in 2012 SAARC T20 Cup, where Pakistan ended as the Champion.
Achievements as Coach of Rawalpindi
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