Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Pakistan Former Captain Shahid Afridi Call Asif Ali Zardari For Help

Pakistan cricket again in controversy Shahid Afridi former captain of Pakistan appeal for help to president Asif Ali Zardari today. PCB cancelled his contract when he announced his retirement from international cricket.
31 year old Shahid Afridi had started his international carrer at the age of 16. He is an all-rounder and also had recored of fastest century in international cricket.
He already dumped as a captain of pakistan cricket team by PCB last month. The PCB suspended his central contract and revoked all his no-objection certificates, meaning he will not be officially permitted to play overseas result he will not for Hampshire in England's T20 league and also in next month shri lankan premier league.
Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan, who now heads his own opposition party, said the PCB was not run professionally.
"The board is not run like an institution," Khan told a television channel. "Afridi feels injustice is done so he has taken a decision and you don't change four-five captains in a year."
At last Shahid Afridi's sudden retirement out of anger at being sacked as Pakistan's ODI captain has found no sympathy in the country's cricket community.


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