id have been appointed the chief selector for the second time. Former Pakistani cricket star Abdul Razzaq recently suggested Shahid Afridi might be appointed as the country’s next chief selector by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). On October 30th, Inzamam ul Haq resigned from the same position after it was discovered there was a “conflict of interest” due to him holding shares in a players’ agent company. Razzaq remarked that if this hadn’t been the case, Inzamam would have been given the job for a second time. cation for his country and thanked him for his cricketing career.
I believe that instead of resigning, Inzamam ul Haq should have stuck around and let the investigation take its course. Razzaq had some thoughts regarding the chief selector post when Afridi had a meeting with the caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar. The discussion included the national team’s performance in the 10-team tournament, and the development of cricket from the grassroots level. The former captain was asked by the PM to take on a role in the PCB, and the Management Committee Chairman Zaka Ashraf thanked Afridi for his service to cricket in their meeting.
He was praised for his dediHe was lauded for his dedicatation and contribution to the game, with people referring to him as a “hero of Pakistan” and a “stupendous ambassador of the country”.