Sussex have confirmed that former spinner Mushtaq Ahmed will take over as bowling coach from June.
Work permit regulations have torn up England's plans to use Mushtaq Ahmed as a spin coach in India.
Former Pakistan and Sussex maestro Mushtaq Ahmed has been appointed as England's new spin bowling coach.
Mushtaq Ahmed told Sky Sports News that he wants to move into coaching now his playing days are over, ideally at Sussex.
Mushtaq Ahmed has decided to end his playing days at Sussex due to a persistent knee injury.
Defending champions Sussex will be without both Mushtaq Ahmed and Luke Wright for their trip to the Rose Bowl.
Sussex leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed will have an exploratory operation on his right knee on Monday.
Sussex have signed West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Smith for their Twenty20 Cup campaign following an injury to Mushtaq Ahmed.
Sussex will be without Mushtaq Ahmed for two-to-three weeks after he underwent keyhole surgery on his right knee.
Kent ended a two-match losing run by batting out for a draw against reigning Division One champions Sussex.
The Indian Board are to complain to their English counterparts about ICL 'rebels' being allowed to play county cricket.
Rana Naved-ul-Hasan will be able to turn out for Yorkshire this season despite signing for the unsanctioned ICL.
Sussex have retained the county championship with an innings defeat of Worcestershire.
Mushtaq Ahmed has given Sussex a massive boost by signing a new two-year-deal.
Sussex took control of the Division One title race by thrashing Yorkshire with a day to spare at Hove.
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