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Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez opened up after parting ways with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as the Director of the Pakistan Men’s Team.

Taking to X, formerly Twitter, Hafeez revealed that he was given the role for a four-month period which was cut short to months instead.

He further asserted that he would “reveal all the cricketing and other amateur non-cricketing facts which ensure bad performances”.

“I always prioritised and represented Pakistan with dignity and pride. I accepted the new role as a Director PCB with great passion to make positive reforms but unfortunately my designated tenure which was offered by [PCB] for 4 years was cut short for 2 months on the account of new chairmanship,” wrote Hafeez.

“Best wishes for Pakistan cricket future. As always, I foremost take responsibility and put myself accountable for all my executions in my given time and will accordingly reveal all the cricketing and other amateur non cricketing facts which ensue bad performances. Stay tuned,” he added.

Notably, in an official statement, released Thursday, the cricketing body revealed that it has parted ways with Hafeez.

“The Pakistan Cricket Board extends heartfelt gratitude to Mohammad Hafeez, Director Pakistan men’s cricket team, for his invaluable contributions,” the statement read.

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For the unversed, Mohammad Hafeez replaced Mickey Arthur as the Director of the Pakistan Men’s Team in November, following Pakistan’s failure to qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup 2023, held in India.

In his first assignment, Pakistan toured Australia for a three-match Test series and suffered a clean sweep, extending their losing streak Down Under.

Pakistan also lost to New Zealand 4-1 in the five-match T20I series.

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