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Michael Vaughan comments on PCB parting ways with Mohammad Hafeez

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Former England captain Michael Vaughan has commented on the decision of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to not continue with former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez as the team director.

Vaughan took to his official X (formerly Twitter) account to express his opinion on the situation while responding to Hafeez’s post.

You were doing a really good job .. Madness why they wouldn’t want you to carry on !!!,” Vaughan posted.

Vaughan and Hafeez were famously involved in an online rift during the ICC World Cup 2023 in India.

For the unversed, the PCB in an official statement on Thursday, announced 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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Hafeez then took to his official X account and revealed that he was given the role for a four-month period which was cut short to two 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.

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