Boom Boom Afridi has hinted at differences between him and the Peshawar Zalmi’s owner, Javed Afridi during an interview with cricket.com.au.
In the interview, the veteran allrounder said that he is not ‘confined to Peshawar Zalmi’. He stated, “I am a professional cricketer and whichever franchise needs me I am available for it. It is not that I am confined to Peshawar Zalmi only.”
“I am a professional cricketer and whichever franchise needs me I am available for it. It is not that I am confined to Peshawar Zalmi only,” he added.
Afridi went on to say “No doubt that my current team is Zalmi but before moving forward I need to sort out some things with Javed Afridi.”
Shahid Afridi has appreciated the efforts made by Javed Afridi for the development of cricket in the country, specifically in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
“The purpose of having franchises was not to just play PSL but to improve the cricket infrastructure in Pakistan and I give credit to Zalmi for organising tournaments and camps in Peshawar and other places in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. But there are some things that need to be sorted, (there is) no big issue otherwise,” said Afridi.
The next season of the PSL is expected take place in February, 2017.