Today Friday, 22nd September 2017, Pakistan Super League new team Multan Sultans has revealed their official logo and playing kit (dress) for their team.
Prior to this, they also revealed their video teaser featuring Waseem Akram – Sultan of Swing.
Multan Sultans revealed their logo. Logo features a cricketer waving bat in a winning action while sitting at back of horse. Logo consists of yellow, green black and white colors which having Multan Sultan written on it. Logo also features team slogan Cricket Kay Toofan.
Multan Sultans also announced Wasim Akram – the Sultan of swing as their Director Cricket. Waseem Akram, has been a part of different T20 cricket franchises around the world in past and has played an important role in setting his team goals and delivering the perfect winning combination.
Wasim Akram said, “I am very excited to be a part of Multan Sultans, I look forward to contributing in my complete capacity to produce players capable of competing and excelling.”
At the occasion of the logo and playing kit launch, Asher Schon, Director, Multan Sultans said: “It is great to see everyone welcoming Multan Sultans, the love and enthusiasm is surreal and makes us feel very proud on making the right choice of the team, our logo symbolizes power and visually positions our determination to lead the way, be it on-field or off-field.”
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Waseem Akram seems hopeful about PSL success in future. He seems satisfied with PSL in past time and at this ocassion he said: “The third season of PSL will be even more enthralling as it will feature Multan Sultans as the sixth team, and will be a treat for the crowd which will now get to see more home games, after the successful return of international cricket in the country.”
Multan sultan also announced former Australian cricketer Tom Moody as Team Head Coach. Moody has a great experience in coaching with different players and T20 cricket franchises, county cricket in past. He is the former coach of Sri Lankan Cricket team and he led Sri Lankan Cricket team to 2007 cricket world cup final match.