Former Pakistan’s ace spinner, Saeed Ajmal had a rather disappointing end to his glorious international cricket career, but he has no regrets or hard feelings against anyone.
“I don’t think any player has achieved as much success in as short a time as I did,” the Magician, Saeed Ajmal told Express Tribune. “I don’t have any regret nor do I have any hard feelings against anyone,” he added.
Saeed Ajmal now only wants to focus on his coaching career for the Pakistan Super League’s franchise Islamabad United and groom young spinners.
“I want to once again thank my friends, family and fans for all the support they gave me throughout my career. And now my only focus is the spin-coaching job with [Islamabad] United,” he went on to say.
“I will try to help youngsters with all the experience that I have. Our players, especially the spinners, have enough quality and experience to perform and deliver, but I will try to add a few more tricks to their armory,” he further added.
The master of Doosra believes that if the whole edition of PSL is staged in Pakistan, it will benefit the stakeholders a lot as it will attract more sponsors and boost the crowd interest.
“I want the whole of the PSL to be organised in Pakistan since it can be really beneficial for the country and the sport,” he said.
“The crowds will finally get to see their stars playing in front of them, the sponsors will get increased exposure and hosting a successful PSL at home will help completely revive international cricket in the country. It’s a win-win situation for all parties involved and I really hope we have the whole of PSL in Pakistan from next year,” he added.