Shahid Afridi Wants To Play More Cricket And Doesn’t Want To Coach
Shahid Afridi, the former all-rounder of Pakistan national cricket team, is ready to play T10 League. He has been signed by Qalandars for the coming League. The player is actively participating in leagues after the retirement from international cricket in 2018.
Afridi played 398 ODIs, 27 Tests and 99 T20I matches. He has enjoyed playing in T20I leagues over the globe. Apart from IPL 2008, he has experienced T20 blast, BPL and now will feature in Abu Dhabi T10 league.
Afridi was asked about future in coaching by Times Now. He said that he is not interested in coaching. Shahid Afridi opines that he is still fit to play cricket.
“I don’t have the temperament to coach the national team. Moreover, I am fit as ever so my focus is on playing cricket right now and try and give my best for the team. I would be interested in coaching young boys under 18 and 19. It is that age they need coaching,” Afridi was quoted as saying by Times Now.
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“Pakistan’s performance in the World Cup was not what we expected but under the new coach we expect some changes,” he added.
Speaking about the T10 League, the player has claimed that he is fit and will enjoy playing the league.
“I wouldn’t have been here if I cannot play in this format. I am fit and enjoy playing. I will give my best, sometimes I am successful, sometimes I am not,” Afridi signed off.
The all-rounder Shahid Afridi is best in both the departments of cricket. He is one of the best bowler as well as the best aggressive batsman.
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