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David Dwyer, the Australian trainer who recently resigned from his post with the Pakistan side, will once again join the team on a temporary basis to help them prepare their defense of the World Twenty20 title in the Caribbean later this year.

Dwyer came in with Geoff Lawson during his coaching stint in 2007 on a two-year contract and stayed on even after Lawson was removed from the post in October 2008. His fitness work with the national team has been widely acknowledged by the board and players themselves and he became an immensely popular figure within the side, in particular with senior hands such as Younis Khan and Shoaib Malik. Younis was one of the voices who urged him to stay on after Lawson's departure.

But personal reasons, in wanting to settle back in Sydney, prompted him to hand in his papers at the end of the recent tour to Australia. The board, however, was keen to keep him on further and it is believed that Dwyer has reached an agreement to be with the side through the World Twenty20, which is scheduled for April-May this year.

Dwyer, it is understood, will join the side in Lahore from early April to begin work again. The agreement is only for the duration of the tournament and Dwyer will likely return to Australia at the end of it.

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