I might join politics but no intension to leave cricket – Shahid Afridi
Former Pakistan Twenty20 leader Shahid Afridi, while interviewing with international media on Tuesday, said that there are several issues in Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) which need to be resolved on an immediate foundation.
The 36-year-old all-rounder said he would acquire a notice from PCB if he says anything further about the inner framework of the board.
Responding to an issue about his retirement programs, Shahid Afridi said he will keep perform for Pakistan in restricted over cricket as he is much fit in comparison to several players in the national cricket team. He said that the skills in Pakistan are not conference the game’s requirement.
Afridi is currently enjoying for Hampshire in England’s domestic T20 matches. He had reconciled as Pakistan’s T20 leader on Apr 3 this season following Pakistan’s inadequate efficiency in the Asia Cup and the World T20.
Talking about quick bowler Mohammad Amir, Shahid Afridi said that English press is “putting unnecessary pressure” on the seamer. He clearly supported Amir and recommended him to remain powerful in Britain for the future sequence.
The PCB, meanwhile, has released a legal notice to Afridi and has requested him to publish his response for defaming the company.
Meanwhile, Afridi considers state policies will help him provide individuals. On the side lines, he would also proceed his charitable company perform.
“I wish to get into state politics, however, some well-wishers have recommended me against it. In my sight, a politician is a slave of the individuals and he should provide individuals,” he said.