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Shahid Afridi meets PCB head Zaka Ashraf

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Former Pakistan captain and star all-rounder Shahid Afridi called on Chairman of the PCB Management Committee Zaka Ashraf today at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

During the meeting, Mr Zaka Ashraf acknowledged Shahid Afridi’s dedication and contribution towards the game.

“We admire you as a hero of Pakistan, and you have proved to be a great ambassador of the country with both your exceptional talent displayed on the field and your conduct off the field. We would love to have your experience for the betterment of Pakistan cricket.”

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Shahid Afridi expressed his interest in grooming young cricketers into future stars and positively shaping them into well-rounded representatives of Pakistan cricket.

He also admired and appreciated Mr Zaka Ashraf’s efforts and contributions to Pakistan cricket.

The meeting comes at a time when the Pakistan cricket team’s performance and the selection process for World Cup 2023 is being discussed in the media.

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Late last month, Inzamam-ul-Haq stepped down as Chief Selector of the Pakistan Cricket Team.

The development came after media reports circulated, claiming that the former cricketer was one of the stakeholders in a player’s management firm, named Saya Corps, in respect to the “conflict of interest”.

Meanwhile, the PCB, minutes after Inzamam’s resignation, took to X, formerly Twitter, to share that it had formed a five-member fact-finding committee to “investigate allegations in respect of conflict of interest”.

“Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has set up a five-member fact-finding committee to investigate allegations in respect of conflict of interest reported in the media pertaining to the team selection process,” PCB stated.

“The committee will submit its report and any recommendations to the PCB Management in an expeditious manner.”

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