File photograph of Shahid Afridi.© AFP
The Pakistan Cricket Board went by a collection of modifications in December final 12 months. It included the sacking of the then chairman Ramiz Raja from his position with Najam Sethi taking on the duties later. On the opposite hand, the PCB additionally appointed Shahid Afridi because the chaiman of the National Selection Committee for the New Zealand collection that kicked off with Tests and was adopted by ODIs. The former Pakistan all-rounder led a four-member panel, additionally consisting of former all-rounder Abdul Razzaq and Rao Iftikhar Anjum, whereas Haroon Rashid was chosen because the convener.
In a current interview, Shahid Afridi has revealed that the PCB was focused on extending his tenure because the chief selector of the nationwide cricket workforce, nevertheless, he stated that he couldn’t proceed within the position as he had “different commitments too”.
“PCB was focused on extending my tenure as chief selector of the Pakistan Cricket Team, however I’ve charity and different commitments too. However, I need to work for the event of U19 cricketers in future,” stated Shahid Afridi as quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
Meanwhile, Afridi additionally opened up on the thought of getting three captains throughout totally different codecs of the sport for Pakistan. While saying that he was not in favour of such a step, Afridi batted for the thought of 1 captain main the aspect in ODI and Test cricket, whereas a distinct skipper being given the cost of the shortest format. He additionally backed Babar Azam within the position of Pakistan captain.
“I imagine that Babar Azam has numerous room for enchancment in his captaincy. I’m not in favour of getting three totally different captains for the totally different sport codecs, and as an alternative recommend naming one captain for ODI and Test cricket and a separate captain for T20s,” stated Afridi.
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