Shahid Afridi signaled to say goodbye to Pakistan Super League (PSL) -

Shahid Afridi signaled to say goodbye to Pakistan Super League (PSL)

Former Test captain and prominent all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi has hinted at saying goodbye to the PSL and said he wants to represent the Quetta Gladiators in his last league.


Shahid Afridi said that he wants to play cricket because of his fans. I still love to play cricket but since the advent of the bubble system cricket has reduced playing.


Shahid Afridi has said that it is very difficult for players to play cricket in a bubble but maybe the next edition will be their last PSL.

However, I want to play my last edition with Quetta Gladiator but it depends on the permission of my franchise Multan Sultans.


On the question of making Rameez Raja the chairman of the PCB, he said that professional people should be brought forward to run the board, changing the face does not change the system.


“Cricket is not over in Afghanistan, the Taliban have come this time with positive thinking, which is welcome,” the former captain Shahid Afridi said.


Those who talk of building Paris and Dubai should hand over Karachi to the Memon community.

Due to the lack of facilities in Karachi, talent is not emerging. Now, most of the talent is coming from Rawalpindi.


Shahid Afridi further said that Memon Super League season 5 is starting on September 13, 2021, and 8 teams will participate in the league.

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