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Mushtaq Mohammed former Pakistan Captain & Head Coach has coached some of the world greats like Shahid Afridi, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Inzamam Ul Haq, Mushtaq Ahmed, Saeed Anwar, Shoaib Akhtar, & Many more world class cricketers.

Mushtaq Mohammed founder & Head Coach of Supreme Cricket Academy, along with his team of County & District Coaches provides the highest level of coaching for young Cricketers from the Ages of 4 up to 17 for beginners and up to County level.

About The Academy

Supreme Cricket Academy is established in the West Midlands with the soul aim of developing young children from the age of 4 to 17 into competent cricketers using a structured curriculum and training programme focusing on modern demands of the game (bowling, batting, fielding and fitness).We run our academy throughout the year – winter months indoor training and summer months – outdoor training.

Highlights of our Academy:

  • New Pace Bowling Machine from September 2015 onwards
  • Fitness coach to advise on fitness and nutrition for players
  • Structured term based coaching focussing on batting, bowling fielding and fitness
  • Fixed number of participants for each session to ensure dedicated focus on coach to player interaction
  • Video Analysis and feedback sent to players/parents
  • Player Assessment report at the end of every term


Full name
Mushtaq Mohammed

November 22, 1943, Junagadh, Gujarat, India

Right-hand batsman

Legbreak Googly Flipper

Major Team
Pakistan, Karachi, Northamptonshire

Pakistan International Airlines, Shropshire

Early Years

I was born in Junagadh, Northern India on November 22nd 1943. This is my “official” birthday, though it may have been 1942. My mother never had a birth certificate for me and any family papers were lost during our migration from India to the newly formed Pakistan in 1948. My age became officially registered when Hanif enrolled Sadiq and me in School in Pakistan. He may well have been right but nobody can be sure.

I have only vague memories of my life in India where we lived a wealthy, middle class lifestyle in a large four bedroom home. My Grandfather was the sole agent for selling American cars in the region and also owned a guest house called Green Rest House, so we enjoyed a very comfortable existence.