Shahid Afridi Not to Play for Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 2017?


Former Pakistani T20I captain Shahid Afridi after hinting on possibilities to switch to another franchise in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) expected to take place in 2017 has termed his current franchise Peshawar Zalmi a professional team.

Afridi in his latest tweet supported Peshawar Zalmi by claiming it a challenging team who introduced a cricket camps in KPK.

Earlier, talking to Cricket Australia website, Afridi noted that he is not only confined to Peshawar Zalmi, but he is open for the possibilities to switch to any other franchise that needs him.


Disclosing more details regarding his decision, Afridi said that he is looking forward to sorting out some things with Javed Afridi, the owner of Peshawar Zalmi team. Claiming these issues a general routine discussion, Afridi noted that there is no such problem between us that needs hype.

Shahid Afridi Looking Forward to Make a Come Back

On the other hand, Afridi supported in bringing Inzamamul Haq as the batting coach of Pakistan and Mickey Arthur as the coach- he said Mickey posseses some superb coaching skills.

Currently, Lala is representing Hampshire in the England’s domestic T20 competition and is looking forward to the Pakistani Cricket team play four-Tests, five-ODIs and one-off T20I series.

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